Posted by erikforgod on Friday, April 5, 2013
I have gentlemen who is here in Mar del Plata visiting from Buenos Aires for the weekend who is a banjo enthusiast and is interested in seeing my Goodtime Crow banjo, which I am putting up for grabs. It's of course in mint condition, but I have decided to part with it after purchasing my new Pisgah fretless Appalachian model. It was not an easy decision, and I am eating my words as I remember I said I would never sell it but I have since decided having two Goodtime banjos just doesn't make sense to me at this stage. I will of course be keeping my Classic Goodtime scooped neck banjo, as I prefer the sound of a scooped banjo. Am I going to regret this two months from now after it's potentially gone and sold?
I just want my Crow banjo to go to a good home, where it will be enjoyed and taken care of. American banjos are virtually unheard of here so the buyer is getting a good deal on it.
Saturday, April 6, 2013 @12:13:16 PM
All things must pass, sooner or later, eh. Brad
Saturday, April 6, 2013 @2:47:41 PM
I have sold several banjos that I really liked because of later purchases. I just think that it's better to have them played than to sit in the case. Several of mine still live close by,so I get to visit now and then. ;-)
Saturday, April 6, 2013 @3:10:06 PM
Actually I didn't sell it, he wanted me to lower the price too much....but he's a really nice guy though, plays tenor banjo.
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