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Slotting pin holes

Started May 21, 2014

British Banjo Parts
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Joshua Levin-Epstein Apr 17, 2013.

 

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At 10:05am on January 19, 2009, Ron Frazier said…
I have one of those critters and I think the tag inside of it was made in Portland Oregon in the early 1900s. When I get to the shop I can look if you want.

Robro Ron
At 7:35pm on January 20, 2009, Ron Frazier said…
do you have a lable inside it?

Ron
At 9:41am on January 22, 2009, Ron Frazier said…
I will try to get some pictures today. Mine has been through a basement flood 2 times so it is not in good shape. It is all vener wood . My brother saw one in a second hand shop on Portland Oregon for sale and he said he would take it and the owner changed his mind and would not sell it. I may not get back to you until next week but will as soon as I can.

Ron
At 5:53pm on January 22, 2009, Ron Frazier said…
I got some pictures today and if I can send them I will . If this dont go through let me know aAA& mabe I could send them to you personaly.

Ron robro2@eoni.com

I cant figure how to send it. Dou know how?
At 7:08pm on January 22, 2009, Ron Frazier said…
I got some pictures today and if I can send them I will . If this dont go through let me know aAA& mabe I could send them to you personaly.

Ron robro2@eoni.com

I cant figure how to send it. Dou know how?
At 8:37pm on August 6, 2009, Jimmy James said…
Hi, I believe you said you have a set of Kluson sealfast style tuners you would sell. I am looking for a set for my 75 L5s. What might you have?
Jimmy.
At 6:13pm on August 10, 2009, Jimmy James said…
OK, great. How do I "call"?
At 9:39am on May 28, 2010, Mike Kolb said…
Hi Joshua... saw your recent posts and was reminded that a "final thank you" was in order. Thanks to your "Ultra" neck contribution, the recent Ovation project is complete, out-the-door and the customer is thrilled. What's more is I've got a goofy aluminum trophy neck hanging on the wall-of-shame! Thanks again. /// Mike Kolb
At 11:24am on May 30, 2013, Paul Verticchio said…

Thanks Josh.   

I think I may have been neglectful in specifying that my comments ONLY concern the quirks of a plain (unwound) G string.  I couldn't find where that article addresses that issue, but I appreciate the copy nonetheless :)

I know there's a lot of confusion on the forum regarding the differences between electric & acoustic issues.  I think that may be the case at hand.

Thanks again, Josh, and have a great weekend,

Paul

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