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Thx for the update Ken....that banjo is gonna play some music now....a shim if necessary betwixt the heel & the pot works wonders sometimes....
Thanks, Randy. I'm waiting on an old Slingerland skin head that I bought off ebay. Once I get that, I'll put it back together and see how the neck angle looks. I'm hoping I can just fiddle the bridge height a little and not have to do a full-bore dowel stick reset.
That's gonna look good Ken! Put it together & play a tune!
This is the first time I have used it on an instrument, and I chose it for exactly the reasons that you mentioned. I have used it on tools for years and it works well and lasts a long time. It gets a nice patina over time.It's easy to work with, the only drawback being that the solution is acidic and moderately toxic, so you have to wear a little gear and be careful when you're working with it. It's made of common metals salts and mineral ingredients, so disposal is not a huge problem, either.
It keeps the old look about the metal which a new bright nickel or chrome plating wouldn't, but gets rid of the rust. Neat idea. Have you used it much for instrument parts?
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