Tuesday, January 22, 2008 @12:10:21 AM
She's a beauty! She looks like a short-scale instrument, perhaps tuned like a mini-banjo (open C or D) but with a full-size head/pot. Sweet.
Mark Ralston Says:
Tuesday, January 22, 2008 @5:18:17 AM
Hi Fiddler -
This is a tenor-to-5-string conversion. I used the original neck, so it's a little shorter than most 5-strings. The neck is just a little bit too narrow for me for 10% comfortable playing, but it sounds good. More info on this banjo at my website: http://www.yellowstone-jewelry.com/Banjos/Collection/tenor-2-5-string%2001/tenor%202%205-string%2001.htm
Thanks for the comment,
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