For enthusiasts of early banjo
I make them 2, 4 or 6 at a time. These are today's babies. I'm very proud of the rims. A real nice mill operator near me finds the right kind of ash, with great grain. He's taught me a lot about wood. I get all my curly now from Pennsylvania, the curly capital. I wanted to keep one of these but my wife said no. Where is Santa?
That curly maple looks like it belongs in Tennessee. I hope that's mine and look forward to seeing it in person.
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