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headstock design and execution

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ted Crocker Jul 10, 2011. 10 Replies

I'm relatively new to the craft. Have only made a couple simple cbg's. I marvel at some of the headstock designs. I'm always thinking "How'd he/she do that?" Is there a thread or discussion somewhere…Continue

 

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Welcome to the Clubhouse! How did you hear about us?
mention on Cigar Box Nation
What instruments are you building or playing?
guitar: 6-string, 3-string, trumpet, piano, harmonica

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At 10:24pm on September 26, 2010, billy freedom said…
i leave it round for a two stringer and play the jammy string on my fingernails which acts like a fret sound. or sometimes i tie nylon thread movable frets on if my fingernails arent good they slide out of the way to the bottom. or i attach a flat fretboard to the broomstick ala uncle enos banjo and buddy guys lighter fluid can guitar. its also the same idea on the old pics of cigar box violins only no angle. tradionally a paint stick or yardstick is used round or flat dont matter to me, check out KM williams playing a dowel neck with his fingers or check out some tumbi vids.
At 9:37am on September 26, 2010, billy freedom said…
traditionally the CBG has always used a broomstick neck. broomsticks in history far outweigh planks planks used in the past have always been a 2x4 or 2x2 i have more broomstick guy history to post. thanks for your apreciation. i dont know if you found this out yet but planks arent ergonomic and will hurt your hand after a bit. if you ever played air guitar with a broom, pool cue or old wood tennis racket the advantage of roundness is obvious.

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