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Gibson Conversion Banjo (1950's)

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Gibson Conversion Banjo (1950's)

Single co-ordinator rod, modern Gibson 1-piece flange and tension hoop, Huber HR-30 flathead tone ring dated 6-8-99 with felt tip (date of ring or installation we aren't sure), white-bound maple resonator with orange sunburst finish, flamed maple neck by Robin Smith, white-bound 22-fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with pearl Style 1 bird inlays, nickel pancake tuners with white plastic buttons and geared 5th string peg, railroad spikes at frets 7, 9 and 10, single leg armrest, ~1-1/4" nut width, 26-3/8" scale, on consignment, with TKL arched lid HSC (burgundy lining), EC- except 1950's TB-100 resonator and rim have been refinished, - * Sorry, this item cannot be shipped to any EU countries! * (SN:#133)
This item has been SOLD!, sku: 70U-3897

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