I use the bamboo #001 as a loaner banjo while I build for someone locally, so different people have played it and vintaged the signal, light strings and a flat fingerboard still. Truss Rod kopen? Neem een kijkje in onze online shop! Those made in the 1950's and 1960's have only 1 rod, the lower one. Current Gibson Mastertone banjos as well as most pre-war Gibsons have dual rods. ive gotten a few good deals on items being sold at reduced price after Christmas. Persoonlijk advies 10.000+ onderdelen Snelle verzending Leverancier van A-merken You don't want to deal with it. If you feel unusual resistance when turning the wrench, STOP. If you continue, we will assume that you agree to our privacy policy which includes details of cookie usage. A broken rod is a PIA repair. The other is to change the action of the banjo by altering the angle of the neck. Quality Control Manager Chad Kopotic walks you through how to adjust your truss rod in order to have the proper relief in the neck of your banjo. I thought maybe possible a new neck or installing a truss rod but I just don't know if there is any other way where I don't have to get a new neck or cause more trouble adding a truss rod to the guitar. Online shopping from a great selection at Musical Instruments Store. Well anyways the guitar has no truss rod so I was wondering what would be the best option for getting the action lower on the guitar. take your time to shop around. Banjo Lovers Online We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. The truss rod is a lot better at holding a position than changing it, and using this method will mean it has to do less work leading to faster, larger adjustments. Proper adjustment of your banjo's truss rod allows you to put a little bit of concave curve in the neck of your banjo to make the playability easier. I used this technique and made an Jatoba truss rod 7/16" square for my first bamboo banjo neck, been in there since 2009. On these instruments, the upper rod has been replaced by a brass nut, which holds the neck in place. personally I would avoid it, there is options around the same price for ones fitted with a rod. Re: Lack of a truss rod in Deering Goodtime Banjos Ive seen a few suffer from lack of truss rod.