There is this guy that it has been my good fortune to play music with off and on for the last ten years or so. He is one of these guys that can play the hell out of anything he grabs, you could give him a folding chair and he could play the blues on it.
Well, when I made the first BluesMaster it was obvious that he needed to own one. So I began the hunt for the parts. I also began trying to figure out what to paint the banjo head. When we played together a bunch of years ago, he sometimes referred to himself as "Lovercat," so the black cat seemed like a good choice.
|The fork tailpiece wraps around to the back.|
Once again I used Corian for the bridge, I am starting to really like the results I get from it. It is set up as a tenor banjo tuned Chicago style, DGBE.