Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @9:23:27 AM
That looks like fun . G
Mad Jack Gallows Says:
Monday, May 5, 2014 @1:54:23 PM
You lucky dog. I been wanting a Prust for ages, badly. I know the price is right, just ain't been able to get it together lol. I bet she plays and sounds beautifully. Man I can't wait to have one. You have much trouble with skin tension and humidity? Its humid as heck here ALL the time, that's my only worry about a tackhead. Anyway, congrats, its beautiful!
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 @5:44:55 AM
Thank you Jack! I'm sure you would enjoy one, they are very good sounding and looking. If I had to do it again I probably would have went full-scale with no position markers. Where do you live? I'm here in Mississippi (pretty bad humidity) and it is fine. In the summer you do lose head tension, but you are supposed to stick one of 2 higher bridges (which eric prust supplies.) on there, thus restoring proper tension. Personally I would not want to play outside on a very humid day. Here is a nice artical about this issue: banjofactory.com/Tackhead_Banjos.html
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