Friday, June 14, 2013 @11:04:21 PM
John does a great job with these heads , looks great
Saturday, June 15, 2013 @4:22:40 AM
Interesting how it had a subtle impact on tone. I couldn't improve on #5 but thin rim banjos do produce some over tones. This banjo doesn't require stuffing to control the tones; but the other head was thinner. John's hide head is thicker and eliminated the hint of overtones, left the note attack in place, and looks great. The tea stain is a very good option color wise with less brown and more amber. I couldn't be more pleased. David E.
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