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Friday, January 4, 2013 @8:40:29 AM
Dave: Interesting dowel stick(let alone banjo) , original shape? Excellent curly walnut? Macassar heel cap? bracket wrap-around exclusive to Romero? You come up with some goodies!! & always in condition..... Michael chez tymburrs
Friday, January 4, 2013 @8:42:20 AM
I'm looking for boucher style minstral plans within hangout(could order from source but prefer a member here). Any? michael
Friday, January 4, 2013 @9:47:15 AM
Michael the dowel is standard design by Romero. I asked that the claro be as figured as possible and he got it right. The slot head recently delivered from Jason Burns is literally curly black walnut. The hardware is a J-hook design. It works nicely and leaves the rim undrilled plus it adds mass.
As for a boucher minstrel plan there are several on BHO that build and probably can provide it. I know Bob Flesher once sold kits and it may have plans or could be acquired from Bob. David E.
Friday, January 4, 2013 @10:34:32 AM
Glad I consulted the "EMERYBOARD", we will eventually do something together, merci, Michael
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Thursday, December 5, 2013 @5:07:15 PM
Dave I like the two tone skin and the J-hooks very nice set up and that curly walnut wow! I am searching ideas to making my own Banjo and so far I am discovering unlimited views just make my jaw drops.
I like to be Unique not glamour or anything fancy just an awesome looking Banjo because we are gonna be friends for a long long time :) any ideas please don't hesitate and thank you for sharing.
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