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NJ Acoustic Music in the Park Message Board › need some advice!

need some advice!

bob c.
Hillsborough, NJ
Post #: 10
can anyone recommend someplace in Somerville-New Brunswick area where I can take a 95-year-old banjo in excellent condition to get it in playing shape? TNX-Bob Cole
user 8203581
Perth Amboy, NJ
Post #: 45
Hi Bob, I use a luthier in Freehold. jim
Alan Z
user 9374016
Group Organizer
Bridgewater, NJ
Post #: 46
I've used Mark Simon and GuitarHut for guitars.
Franklin Park, NJ
Post #: 20
Don't know if they work on banjos, but there's Central Jersey Music Service on Rt. 27 in Edison (near the border with Highland Park), in the same building as Lou Rose Music.

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