I have a 1934 Armstrong. An expert on this forum tells me that it is essentially a rebranded bacon and a day senorita. Through misadventure I found myself without a tailpiece and I have no idea where to start on replacing it. Is this something I'm going to have to find vintage or is there a modern replacement available?
Check on ebay for a Grover Presto
By some stroke of luck there is a practically brand new auction for one. Is there by chance an affordable modern alternative? I'm planning on putting it on the market and Id just as soon knock 75 bucks off my asking price and sell it how it is rather than invest 75 on a part for a plectrum banjo which might not sell
Okay I was able to figure out that it's just a presto style tailpiece and I was able to pick one up for a fraction of the price. Thanks for the clue and good luck selling it