"Tabs are all done. Just need a little time to design the book, add some historical background etc. Alan Jabbour is also going to write a forward for me when I can get him a draft. I was hoping to have it by now, but I also don't want to rush…"
I'm researching Ladies Banjos for a display. So far, I've determined that a "Ladies Banjo" has short scale or neck length, generally has a pot smaller than 11" in diameter, and the whole idea of a "Ladies Banjo" is pretty much a marketing device of banjo sellers from the late 1800's. J.A. Todd patented a banjo pot with internal hooks in 1893, stating: "In the construction of the ordinary banjo, outside hooks and brackets are universally used, which is one great objection, as they are liable…See More