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  • Image 1 of Superior Deluxe "Bump-Style" 11" Openback Banjo Case - SKU# SDB11-BRN : Product Type Accessories & Parts : Elderly Instruments
    Protect your openback banjo with this classic "bump" style case. The shaped wooden shell follows the contour of the banjo neck, narrowing after it passes the 5th-string peg, creating the "bump" from which this case takes its name.
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  • Arched top
  • Brown leather-look exterior
  • Brass latches
  • Plush padded interior with accessory compartment
  • Sized for openback banjos up to 37" long with a rim diameter of 11"
  • Please note that these will not fit banjos with wide, guitar style pegheads and these are not snug fitting cases. Also, the Superior "bumpstyle hardshell cases are designed to have a small footprint while still offering solid protection for the instrument, and so when they are set on their narrow side, they can be prone to tipping towards the top side if bumped or placed on an uneven surface 

Superior Deluxe "Bump-Style" 11" Openback Banjo Case

SKU: SDB11-BRN

Regular price
$187 USD
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$187 USD
Protect your openback banjo with this classic "bump" style case. The shaped wooden shell follows the contour of the banjo neck, narrowing after it passes the 5th-string peg, creating the "bump" from which this case takes its name.
More Details

More Details

  • Arched top
  • Brown leather-look exterior
  • Brass latches
  • Plush padded interior with accessory compartment
  • Sized for openback banjos up to 37" long with a rim diameter of 11"
  • Please note that these will not fit banjos with wide, guitar style pegheads and these are not snug fitting cases. Also, the Superior "bumpstyle hardshell cases are designed to have a small footprint while still offering solid protection for the instrument, and so when they are set on their narrow side, they can be prone to tipping towards the top side if bumped or placed on an uneven surface