Gibson Granada Tenor Banjo Neck (late 1920's)
Purchased (we believe) at the time of the Gibson Kalamazoo auction of '84 (after Gibson made their move to Nashville), this Granada tenor banjo neck is a sunburst finished flame maple neck. The bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard features checkerboard trim, hearts & flowers pearl inlays, and a "MASTERTONE" block at the 18th fret. The truss rod works. The heel is cut for a 2-piece flange. A newer bone nut has been installed but not shaped. Lag bolts installed. 19 frets, ~23" scale. This item is in very good+ condition (some wear and minor scarring, has a bit of a back bow), but it’s being sold AS-IS (needs heat press, minor clean up, etc.).
Due to treaties that regulate international trade and insure the future availability of certain materials used in the construction of this instrument, additional fees and/or documentation may be required if you ship this item outside of the USA. We'll determine whether the regulations apply to your order, and will contact you with more information if necessary.
Instruments sold “AS-IS” have not been set up by our repair shop and do not come with the Elderly warranty.
Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None