We have just 1 of our old Cumberland kits left. It is left handed and cherry.
Use a jig saw or coping saw to cut the peg head to your
liking (it comes square in the kit), and then drill for
the four tuning gears (5th peg hole is drilled and
The neck is generous in width, so you can trim and shape
it as you like. Then apply a clear finish and install
the hardware and strings. You'll love how easy it is to
set the string height by tilting the neck. This is no
more than a 10 hour project.
We currently have this banjo kit available in three different woods: cherry, mahogany, and walnut.