The neck is a solid piece of Indiana cherry. The grain measure is actually the second half of an antique grain measure. The first half of the grain measure was made into the pot of my very first banjo, a tackhead. The original antique oak grain measure was about 6+ inches deep -- that allowed me to cut two 3-inch deep pots from it.
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