Museum: Banjos

Serial # 191418. With a long-neck design inspired by Pete Seeger's Vega banjos, home-made long necks, and his unique playing styl...
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Bart Reiter has been hand-building banjos in Michigan for a few decades, and is highly regarded in the frailing community for the...
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Alfred D. Cammeyer was a an American banjoist, composer and instrument manufacturer who emigrated to London, England in the late 1...
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Here's a New-old-stock OME Southern cross that was brought to Folkway by a retired music store owner who was at one time Canada's...
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The Recording King RK-Elite-75 is styled after Gibson’s flat-head Mastertone RB-75 of the 1930’s. A very finely made instrume...
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Deering’s Maple Blossom features the company’s famous -06- bronze tone ring and once piece zinc flange, dark stained figured m...
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Gibson’s 1929-30 TB-2 was marketed as Gibson’s highest-priced non-Mastertone model in 1930. It featured a bound walnut resona...
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An early OME Single X open back this lovely sounding instrument has been well cared for through out its life. It has a few very mi...
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A wonderfully pleasing open back 5 string, the Vega No. 2 Tubaphone has a wonderfully rounded-yet-articulate voice with plenty of...
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Deering’s Sierra has been the company’s mainstay for years. This example was built in 1999, and features a mahogany neck and...
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The Otis Taylor openback model is sister to the popular Juniper 12" oldtime by OME. Like the Juniper, the Otis features a three-p...
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Serial number 0264. The Leo Deluxe was Fender's most serious effort into the Gibson-dominated bluegrass banjos market. The Leo De...
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