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by Jake Stogdill October 05, 2018 9 Comments
October 25, 2018
Great Job Jake , I’ve been playing banjo off and on for years now and I always wondered why my notes where clean sounding on some days and some days they where flat. Thank You so much for you hel
October 23, 2018
Yes, it is natural for all banjo heads to sink it a bit, but I advise you check the tension with our drum dial. To see how it works, check out the blog article!
My banjo has a clear head. Is it normal for the bridge to be sunk in a bit?
October 13, 2018
Great, Jake…very helpful, indeed. I checked my bridge (on a Gold Tone BG250) and the bridge does not angle like yours, but the tone still rings sustained. Have never checked (or had checked) the pressure on the head.
October 11, 2018
Very helpful,thanks for posting
Great explanation Jake. Have been playing guitar 50 years but am new to my banjo and this really got me to figure out the whole movable bridge concept.
Jake, a grand piece of footage, I’ll try that later as I’ve never tried it.
Jake, you are the bomb! Great job!
Very helpful. I’ve set mine before but wasn’t sure it was exactly right. Very good demonstration.
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