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'Jo (Guess the name's origin) The Shop Cat Doing a Neckset 

Posted 11/4/2009 1:52:26 PM

'Jo is making sure his paws are clean before he does a neckset on a late 30's original RB-18 on the neckset fixture I made here at my shop in the set up room.

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3 comments on “'Jo (Guess the name's origin) The Shop Cat Doing a Neckset”

BPorter Says:
Thursday, February 11, 2010 @5:05:18 PM

Now that is getting maximum usage from a drill press under Jo's supervision.

Bill Porter

banjodr Says:
Thursday, February 11, 2010 @8:26:49 PM

Okay let me buy that one so you can do your upgrade. what would you change about it? Dave

tubeandplate Says:
Sunday, February 14, 2010 @12:52:20 PM

Hi Bill-Jo's a LOT bigger now....:)

Dave-I'll talk with you more about it if I sell this one. Mainly, the thing I was going to change was the drill press part...I have a "better" machine I'm restoring, and might make it so that it accepts different size "pot" discs so I can easily do other open back banjo sizes easier. Still thinkin' about it all.... Chris

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