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Old 10-02-2021, 08:41 AM
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I'll likely go with Ozark's standard 26 3/16 scale length and nut-width, which I've inquired about as its width isn't listed on the website. I've also inquired about the 25 1/2 scale length and if there's an upcharge or not for it. As you can see from my ongoing posts, the final specs for my Ozark Custom are still in flux.
The 25.5” scale does not seem to be an upcharge on their website:

https://ozarkbanjo.com/customoptions

The only nut width I’ve seen listed is 1-3/8”.
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Old 10-02-2021, 12:06 PM
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The 25.5 scale does not seem to be an upcharge on their website:

https://ozarkbanjo.com/customoptions

The only nut width Ive seen listed is 1-3/8.
Thanks, Patrick, the 1-3/8 inch nut-width is okay with me as my Rickard Maple Ridge has that and it's comfortable.
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I'd recommend the Gold Tone Bob Carlin open-backs, both of which I carry.
1-3/8" nut.

BC-350
https://www.banjocrazy.com/5-String_Openback/BC-350

CC-Carlin12
https://www.banjocrazy.com/5-String_...-Cripple-Creek

I play a BC-350+ which is a discontinued version of the BC-350. Here I'm using a skin head.
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Old 10-09-2021, 10:35 AM
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I'd recommend the Gold Tone Bob Carlin open-backs, both of which I carry.
1-3/8" nut.

BC-350
https://www.banjocrazy.com/5-String_Openback/BC-350

CC-Carlin12
https://www.banjocrazy.com/5-String_...-Cripple-Creek

I play a BC-350+ which is a discontinued version of the BC-350. Here I'm using a skin head.
I've heard good things about the Gold Tone Bob Carlin models!
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Old 10-16-2021, 01:04 PM
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Here's an interview I did with Bob Carlin on his signature Gold Tone banjos.
https://www.banjocrazy.com/old/artic...rlinopen.shtml
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