White Lady – Electric

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3 Responses to “White Lady – Electric”

  1. Hi Bill
    I’m looking for information on your tone rings and kits, either to upgrade an existing banjo, or build a new one. Specifically what differences in tone can I expect between a White Lady and a Tubaphone ring, and possibly between either of those and a plain rolled brass ring.
    I’ve tried e-mailing before, but perhaps I got lost in a spam filter.

    Cheers,

    Ken Barkman, Ottawa

  2. I recently saw you all at Clifftop this last year and was VERY impressed . . . so much so that I left my Brevard College umbrella in your tent, because I was so distracted by your work. Any way, I was wondering what a Dobson kit would run me? . . . spun brass with 1/4 wood inner . . . raw brass is what I want . . . and I want Curly Maple for the neck . . . no knot tailpiece . . . fretted ebony fretboard (all 23 or 24 frets . . .) . . . no inlay work . . . a plain square peghead, just like a Dobson, of course . . . In fact, . . . I want everything to be just like an original Dobson. Whichever bracket shoes would have been Dobson issue, brackets, tension hoop . . . all brass . . . that’s what I want. A faux skin head would be better than a real skin head, as the humidity is high year round where I like. Okey Doke! Look forward to hearing from you, sir! 🙂

  3. I recently saw you all at Clifftop this last year and was VERY impressed . . . so much so that I left my Brevard College umbrella in your tent, because I was so distracted by your work. Any way, I was wondering what a Dobson kit would run me? . . . spun brass with 1/4 wood inner . . . raw brass is what I want . . . and I want Curly Maple for the neck . . . no knot tailpiece . . . fretted ebony fretboard (all 23 or 24 frets . . .) . . . no inlay work . . . a plain square peghead, just like a Dobson, of course . . . In fact, . . . I want everything to be just like an original Dobson. Whichever bracket shoes would have been Dobson issue, brackets, tension hoop . . . all brass . . . that’s what I want. A faux skin head would be better than a real skin head, as the humidity is high year round where I like. Okey Doke! Look forward to hearing from you, sir! 🙂

    -Chris “Snake” Ryan
    Hiawassee, GA

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