“If Will Seeders Mosheim did not make banjos, he probably would have become an engineer. “I’m precision-oriented,” he said, standing in the Dorset woodshop he shares with his father, a furniture maker. “It’s the way I see things and the way I problem-solve.” Read the full article below! https://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/seven-vermont-luthiers-pushing-the-boundaries-of-instrument-making/Content?oid=38195312
Quoted from The Boston Globe Magazine photo essay “Inside the workshops of some of the region’s premier musical instrument makers” featured in the March 11th 2022 Sunday Magazine. For full article and to see the other makers featured see link below. “One half of the folk duo Carling & Will, William Seeders Mosheim knows a
I was recently featured in Fretboard Journal article about the fundamentals of open back banjo construction. The author, Carling Berkhout, interviewed builders, players and banjo experts to find a wealth of information that will be interesting to any banjo player.
When out in Seattle recently I made a trip over to The Fretboard Journal. Jason Verlinde recorded a fun talk we had about my work and the world of custom open back banjos.
Seeders Instruments banjos are now available for purchase at The Music Emporium in Lexington, Mass. If you’re not looking to get a custom made banjo or would like to skip the wait, head over to their shop to find the latest inventory of readily available models. The knowledgeable friendly staff and amazing inventory of instruments
Check out my interview with Craig Evans featured in Volume 5 of Conversations with Old-Time Performers & Banjo Builders. Craig and I had a great conversation about my story that led to becoming a banjo builder, I hope you enjoy what he put together. It’s an honor to be included with friends and many of