Owens Mill
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Owens Mill

Jeff Huss and Mark Dalton play bluegrass banjo, just as both bow at the shrine of Earl Scruggs. The Owens Mill banjo is a hard-driving, full-blown, gorgeous bluegrass instrument. Built from three-ply maple rims by Cooperman, the neck and resonator can be curly maple, mahogany, or walnut. Both resonator and neck are bound in curly maple. The tone ring is a flat head, early 1930s style Stull #4. The ebony fingerboard and peghead are embellished with mother-of-pearl inlays, aptly named Majestic. The peghead inlay is an original H&D pattern. The tailpiece is Kershner. A tweed TKL case with logo accompanies the banjo.


Build Style N/A
Neck Binding N/A
Rosette N/A
Pickguard N/A
Fretboard Inlays Majestic
Body Binding N/A
Top Purfling N/A
Bridge Style 11/16
Tuners/Buttons Waverly V2


Nut Width 1 5/16 inches
Body Depth N/A
Scale 26 3/16 inches
Soundhole N/A
Body Width N/A
Body Length N/A
Saddle Spacing N/A