Banjos and Recession

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I have heard that traditionally during recessions and depressions, banjo playing surges. Perhaps people are staying home more, or in touch with something deep within them. Music can describe the highs and lows of life unlike anything else. We have … Read More

Marble Falls–Twin Sisters

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These two curly walnut beauties are just as close to the same as we can get ’em. Custom built for Craig Evans of Singleton Street, he requested only one difference…an “alpha” is inlaid in the fingerboard of one, and an … Read More

Ovilla Vintage Inlay

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My favorite inlays are the Ovilla ones—both of them. Shown here is our vintage Ovilla inlay, showing moon and stars. You may have seen our other inlay–a lady sitting in the moon, still available in the “Original” model. Both make … Read More

Peghed ™ Tuners

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We interrupt Chuck Lee on assembly day to ask him a few important questions. Tammy: Chuck, tell me, what kind of tuners are you installing? Chuck: Well, my dear, these are patented, 4:1 geared planetary Peghed tuners (pegheds.com)! Similar to … Read More