Posted by Roland "The Frog" on 17th Dec 2014
Shame on me! I received the Dojo a few weeks ago: not only I didn't find a room in the store, but I also didn't give it an honest run (just a quick quality control).
It's a really great instrument and for a guitar player, a interesting way to venture in Banjo territory.
Where the Banjitar (6-string banjo) give you a banjo tone without changing your habits, the Dojo gives you a warmer guitar-like tone with all the fun of Banjo's open tuning and rolling fingerstyle pattern.
Have you tried the Dojo? Frankly, you should!
Frankly I hear that quite a bit. Today, we had a BR-43 selling for $479 and you could see one as low as $325 online . Are we doing totally outrageous margins? No, I don't think so. We've put out an online buying guide: http://www.thefrettedfrog.com/buying-online-guide/... It may give you some clue of what's happening online and what [...]
We received our second sinker Mahogany Huss & Dalton yesterday.Here's some insights from Mark Dalton about this rare tonewood."If you like wood with a story, then it doesn't get any better than this material. This is material from the bottom of Belizean rivers. Belize used to be a British colony. The British exported a lot [...]
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From the very start, the Fretted Frog was not meant to be a regular store. Call it snobbish, but we feel we don't fit with the Black Friday frenzy. We give an unusual selection of instruments, second to none after-sale services (free annual set up and trade up policy on all instruments over $200) and [...]
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