Museum: Banjos

FON 8352-71. Completely original but for a new Fiberskyn head, this TB-1 is well set up and playable. Shoes and plate diamond hole...
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A lefty Gourd banjo? Only at Folkway! This Thornburg features a 13" gourd, 34" long scale neck, beautiful Honduran mahogany expert...
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Serial # 1295193-2951. The Maple Blossom tenor features a 19 fret 22-3/4" scale neck on a standard Maple Blossom Mastertone-style...
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Serial # 65190. An 11-13/16" Tu-Ba-Phone, with 17 fret, 21" scale tenor neck. Set up to Irish tenor G tuning, the banjo sounds v...
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FON 8498-44. Gibson's most ornate Ukulele-banjo, the UB-5 featured gold hardware, varied pearl fingerboard and headstock inlays,...
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Serial # 67528. Vegaphone banjos were produced by the Boston-based banjo manufacturer from about 1922. Similar in construction to...
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Here's an attractive mid-grade banjo by Washburn that features some pretty carving on the back of the headstock and neck heel, and...
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Serial # 6560. The Epiphone Recording series of the early 1930's was the company's professional line of instruments, and the Mode...
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Serial # M 153. A Deering Deluxe with a custom 17 fret neck. Made with top of the line components, it's an attractive instrument...
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The Ludwig Wendell Hall Professional is among the more sought-after banjo-ukulele models on the vintage market, and this example h...
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No serial number. Wurlitzer was a large-scale distributor of musical instruments between the middle 1800's and later 1980's. Alt...
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A Gibson-built tenor banjo made in the late 1920's that has survived the years gloriously. Gibson built off-branded instruments f...
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