EMB, Renaissance head.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @1:31:46 PM
Wow that,s some neat looking inlay, looks absolutely fantastic.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @1:43:23 PM
Congrats, I know you waited a long while. Your banjo looks marvelous! I like your custom theme/concept & the walnut- very original and so personal! Enjoy! Very clever with the guy adjusting yer string on the peghead.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @2:55:50 PM
Thanks! I think Bob got into the spirit of the thing. It amused him to think up details like that.
It all started over four years ago when he mentioned that he had some nice curly walnut in stock and he wouldn't charge extra for it if I opted for the Old Virginia over the plainer banjo--what's it called? Old Plantation?
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @5:29:04 PM
Jessy, beautiful banjo to say the least! How wonderful to have a one of a kind,by such a master! I know you'll get many hours of enjoyment. God bless, PH
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @5:47:39 PM
Thanks, Pastor Harry. Makes up for no vacation this year. Of course, it's Bob who should be taking the bows. My conception, but his execution. I wish you could see it under daylight. The colors glow.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @7:08:32 PM
What a work of art and you get to make music with it too. Obviously, great collaboration between you and Bob! It is a beauty.
Saturday, August 18, 2007 @7:49:30 PM
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