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mid 1960s 

Posted 9/20/2008 10:44:06 AM

Here I was playing my first Gibson, a flathead from around 1960 with bow-tie inlays. I subsequently sent it to the luthier Eric Schulte, who converted the neck to a vintage flying-eagle pattern and double-cut peghead. The banjo was stolen at the 1966 Fincastle festival. I had no record of the serial number (in reality, a FON), because I did not then know that banjos have serial numbers!

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