Gibson Style 6 Conversion (1928)

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Gibson Style 6 Conversion (1928)

A very interesting banjo here. An original 1928 Gibson Style 6 rim with an exquisite 1970s conversion neck created by David Nichols. Gold hardware, fancy inlay work, and great tone -- what more could you want from a vintage banjo? A very impressive instrument in very good/excellent condition. More details...

Availability: In stock,

sku: 70U-4368

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  • Original 1928 Style 6 rim with two-piece flange
  • 40-hole low profile original flathead Mastertone tone ring
  • White binding and checkerboard trim on flamed maple resonator, neck, and fingerboard
  • Engraved gold hardware
  • 24 brackets (2 replacement hooks)
  • 3/4" maple rim
  • Armrest
  • Replacement clamshell tailpiece
  • 1970s 5-string flamed maple repro neck by David Nichols with fancy pearl inlays in ebony fretboard
  • 1 1/4" nut
  • ~27-1/8" scale
  • Pearl truss rod cover
  • Waverly tuners
  • Plugged hole in rim (probably from removed mute)
  • Superior HSC (green lining)
  • Consignment
  • VG-EC
  • SN:9116-2

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Manufacturer's warranty NONE
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