Vega Pete Seeger Extra Long Neck (mid-1960's)

sku: 60U-208276
The signature model of Pete Seeger, folk singer and political activist. Pete helped popularize "We Shall Overcome" the anthem of the Civil Rights Movement, among others. This banjo is missing it's serial number label, and the neck is refinished. A newer TKL hardshell case is included. This instrument is in very good to excellent condition.   More Details...

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  • No SN
  • Mid 1960's
  • VG-EC
  • Semi-gloss natural finish on neck (refinished)
  • 2 plugged holes on headstock (from removed D-tuners)
  • Two piece maple neck with mahogany center strip
  • Stain brown finish, ~7/16" multi-ply maple rim
  • White-bound ebony fingerboard
  • Pearl dot inlays
  • Tubaphone tone ring,
  • 24 brackets
  • Bracket band
  • 10-15/16" Elite head
  • Notched tension hoop
  • Dual coordinator rods
  • D shaped neck profile
  • 1-5/32" nut, ~32-1/8" scale, 25 frets
  • Newer guitar-style Grover Rotomatic tuners
  • Friction 5th string peg
  • Armrest
  • Headstock overlay features "VEGA" logo and star inlay
  • Newer Presto tailpiece
  • Newer TKL HSC (gray lining)
  • Missing serial number sticker
  • On consignment