Posts Tagged ‘instrument repair’

  1. Windsor Banjolin c. 1920

    October 24, 2014

    DSCF7154Windsor Banjolin c. 1920

    I want you to think 1920’s beer halls, vaudeville, George Fornby, you get it right? p.a systems? Maybe a 20 watt “TOA” to overcome 100 plus revelers; good luck with that! So what you need is a weapon that will cut right through the rabble. Well this is it.

    The Windsor “proffesional” packs a punch! Completely restored (inc new calf skin) so now she has enough power to drive your neighbours to press “000” and have you evicted before you have a chance to get to verse 2 of brown eyed girl.


  2. Del Oro Parlor Guitar C. 1930’s

    October 22, 2014

    DSCF7097Del Oro Parlor Guitar C. 1930’s

    In a long forgotten time…

    All the hope and glory envisioned by America is summed up in the motif’s screenprinted on this guitar. The art deco imaginings of sky scrapers and jack bauds suggest better times ahead.

    Beautiful solid birch construction with maple fretboard. New fretboard, refret, bridgeplate and soundboard rebracing and reinforcement. She’s recieved the whole 9 yards.

    $1350

    case inc