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The Shubb COMPENSATED BANJO BRIDGE.
This was a popular product for many years, but our production
technique was never very cost-efficient. When faced with the decision
of either continuing our same method and raising the price, or re-tooling
entirely (probably also forcing a price increase) we opted to pull
the plug. Since this was one of the few inventions which we had not
patented, we relinquished the market to those companies who had copied
We still have a few of these around the shop. They are left over from an era when we marketed a banjo pickup, and these bridges may have a tiny piezo implanted in one foot. Not functional as a pickup, but it should not effect the tone of the bridge. Most have minor cosmetic flaws, again not effecting the tone or structure of the bridge.
The CD by Bob Wilson and myself, Bodega
Sessions, was released in1999. $15.95 includes
Considerably more obscure is the...
Does anybody out there still have a turntable? We recorded
this LP, "Shubb, Wilson and Shubb ...Live" in 1976 at the Blitz-Weinhard
bluegrass festival in Eugene, Oregon. Our sets at this show were
an uncommonly good showcase of our material and playing at the time,
and we still enjoy listening to them today.