Built by Lee Sproull with a mahogany neck with 25 1/2 inch scale. Two ply maple rim with integrated cocobolo tone ring cap. Dobson heel and 12 inch rim with antiqued brass hardware. Goat skin head with tea stain finish.
1 comment on “J.L. Sproull Woody #005”
Bufo Bill Says:
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 @8:12:30 AM
Re our conversation over on my Gourd banjo comments; I can definitely see your point. I think the lower half is a bit more circular on my Matthews fretless, the #005 headstock seems more flattened in that bottom half, but there is a definite similarity.
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