Museum: Banjos

Jason Romero has been building his one-of-a-kind banjos since 2002, and today he and his wife/partner, Pharis, make some of the mo...
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Here's a gently used OME Juniper with a figured mahogany neck and 12" figured maple rim. One of our favorite OME models, the Junip...
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Serial # 26996. The Vega Fairbanks Regent features a 10-3/4" spun-over rim with 28 brackets and a Little Wonder style tone ring a...
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Serial # 7639. Among the most alluring and dramatic looking banjos to grace the walls of Folkway Music, this Epiphone Alhambra Re...
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FON 11958. The Loar-period Gibson mandolin banjos feature a small 9" diameter head that's perfectly sized for this kind of instru...
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Built by Harmony under the Supertone Brand for Sears, this instrument was a fancy, nicely built banjo. It features a pearloid fin...
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Serial # 698. A lovely Bart Reiter 5 string that features a 24 bracket 11" rim, Little Wonder style tone ring, and Talon-style ta...
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We discovered this incredible one-of-a-kind banjo at OME's NAMM show booth earlier in the year. It was the centerpiece of their d...
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Serial # 533140. The RB-250 is Gibson's most-popular post-war 5 string. Introduced in the mid 1950's and still in production tod...
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FON 768-5. A one-family-owned mid 1930's banjo, this MB-3 was the pride and joy of a radio musician from the mining town of Timmi...
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Serial # 677. OME's top-end bluegrass banjo back in the mid 1970's, the Juggernaut featured maple neck and resonator, silverspun...
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Serial #7011. This 19 fret Model 5177 "Dasante" tenor banjo was built circa 1927 by Lyon and Healy in Chicago. The 5177 was an u...
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