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    Re: JD Crowe's Flying Eagle

    Just found a You Tube video from Grey Fox 2011 festival, banjo workshop, where Crowe talks about his banjo, "This is a neck made by Frank Neat," (referring to Flying Eagle pattern).
  2. Thread: Well, I did it...

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    Re: Well, I did it...

    Well just like fiddlers, now you won't have to fret!
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    Earl Scruggs Standard Banjos

    I believe these were started in 1988, supposedly upgraded from those from the 50's, 60's, and 70's. What is the quality of these? How long were they produced? Good tone ring, sound, etc.??? Are they...
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    Re: JD Crowe's Flying Eagle

    Thanks Ryk. The video indicates that a flying eagle neck was made by Harry Sparks in the 60's, but they refer to it as, "it was...," and not "this one," so it may be the one shown in the video, or...
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    JD Crowe's Flying Eagle

    Who made JD's "Flying Eagle" inlay neck? I know his banjo didn't have a neck when he bought it, and he had a neck made for it, one before the flying eagle neck.
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