Gibson Kel Kroydon KK-11 Conversion (1930)
A very nice conversion banjo from 1930, this Gibson Kel Kroydon KK-11 has a mahogany Huber neck featuring a double cut peghead, and original double-bound resonator with red and black floral design over pearloid. It has a brass tone hoop, original blue finish maple rim, and one-piece flange. This instrument is in very good-excellent condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Mahogany Huber neck
- Double cut peghead
- White-bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
- Pearl Style 3 inlays
- Original blue finished maple rim
- Brass tone hoop
- Original double-bound resonator with red and black silkscreened floral design over pearloid
- Single coordinator rod
- Replacement Prucha hardware
- One-piece flange
- Presto tailpiece
- 11" frosted top head
- ~5/8" rim
- ~26-1/4" scale
- 1-3/16" nut
- Planetary style tuners and geared 5th string peg
- Headstock overlay features Style 3 pearl inlays and script "Gibson" logo
- Hardshell case