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Neck: Maple neck with a deep “D” profile, 1 1/16’ wide nut, ebony fretboard, flat radius, and dot inlays
Cosmetic Condition: Holy moly this is one cool vintage banjo! The head and rim have their fair share of wear, but overall are aging nicely for a banjo of this era. The neck has its fair share of dings and finish wear, but still feel nice and smooth. The headstock has plenty of edge wear, but nothing unexpected for a Banjo of this age. This tenor is ready to sing!
Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board. The tuners do not hold tension very well.
Modifications/Repairs: The bridge and tailpiece appear to be non-original.
Weight: 3lbs 15oz
Case: No case included
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