Other than the fact that the metal on the tone ring and tension hoop needs cleaning and polishing, the banjo is in nearly mint condition. Tubaphone tone ring, and a beautiful curly maple neck. There is virtually no fret wear. On the peghead, there are a few small areas where the overlay has discolored. Original hardshell case. Click here for pictures
with 11" pot and Whyte Laydie style tone ring. Curly maple neck with extremely fancy inlays, beautifully carved heel. The tension hoop is engraved. Scale is approx. 26 inches. Like new condition. Click here for pictures
A really good sounding banjo, with 11" pot and whyte laydie style tone ring. It is in virtually like new condition. Wood appears to be walnut. Click here for pictures
Bart Reiter Bacophone, with mahogany neck and Bacon style tone ring. 11" pot. Virtually new condition! Hard shell case. Click here for pictures
The pot is 100% original except for the head and armrest. According to the previous owner, the 5-string neck was made by Gary Schatti in California. It is in like-new condition. This banjo has a lot of volume and good tone. It comes with a Deering padded gig bag.
We had Wyatt Fawley build a new mahogany neck with torch inlay. Other than some rusty brackets, two of which don't match the others, the pot is in decent condition. This is a really nice sounding banjo. Click here for pictures
1927 Vega Tubaphone banjo; serial number 90949. The pot is 100% original, except for the tailpiece. The neck was made by Bob Flesher, the one-time owner of Liberty Banjo Co. It has beautifully engraved inlays and a carved heel. There is zero fret wear, and was obviously rarely played. If you've been looking for a Tubaphone,
with Mike Ramsey curly maple neck. Fancy Tubaphone style inlays on peghead, fingerboard, and on the back of the peghead and heel. Backstrap. 10 15/16" pot. Scale is approx. 26 inches. Like new condition. Click here for pictures