Need some input from the craftsman around here. I'm not really technical, often have problems figuring out which end of the screwdriver is the business end... I was recently given a banjo, which was a nice gesture, I think they must have heard my guitar playing and wanted me to do somethin else. I don't play banjo, so I want to convert it to a guitar, I think if I just take the neck off and put a guitar neck on there, and then take the body off and put a guitar body on there and then throw away the strings and get some real guitar strings. I can accomplish the conversion. Does this sound like the correct order to do things, or is there a different technique I should pursue in modifying the banjo. it looks like this and I want to convert it to look like this: its pretty heavy, it might have some tone wood I can salvage out of the banjo and make picks or something out of. well let me know if you've done something like this and how long it takes and how much work and money is involved, so I can figure out whether to pursue this course of action or just use it for a canoe paddle or something.