Museum: Mandolins, Banjos and Ukes

Serial # 31219020. The F5-G is a dressed down F5 model, without back or headstock binding, but with all the tone the F5 is known f...
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Serial # 35003, FON 3419. Truly an outstanding mandolin, this A-4 is completely original and in remarkable condition. With its bea...
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No Serial Number. Built by Stromberg-Voisinet in the late 1930’s, the Kay Kraft line included guitars, mandolins, and banjos. Over...
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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 tremendous example of a hand-crafted F-5 style mandolin. Oliver Apitius' F-5’s are highly regarded bluegrass instruments, and th...
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Serial # 32944, FON 3322. The classic pumpkin top A, in excellent condition. By fiddle standards 95 years is quite young, but it’s...
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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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A 1950’s all-metal banjo-uke, with a big and loud voice. Set-up in shop, the uke plays very well. Completely original, and in exce...
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Serial # F64. Michael Heiden has been honing his skills in Luthiery since the 1970’s, and is, today, among the world’s most highly...
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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 # 70026. The A-Jr was Gibson’s entry level, no-frills A style mandolin, built between 1919 and 1927. To keep the cost down,...
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Serial # 49310. The roundhole Gibson F models built in the �teens and �twenties are always show-stoppers here at Folkway, and...
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