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ARCHIVED TOPIC: Weymann Keystone State Tenor banjo
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baileboy - Posted - 05/08/2009: 14:24:25
There is a banjo like this on sale in my area:http://www.banjolin.co.uk/images/weymann.jpgI think its a Weymann Keystone State Tenor banjo. Anyone got any experience with this banjo? Thanks
Bill Rogers - Posted - 05/08/2009: 17:31:33
That's one of the lesser '20s Weymanns. Could be the one with the pressed fiberboard shell. If you're starting tenor, probably ok if the neck's straight. But I see it as $350 USD banjo at the most.Bill
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