I bought this banjo 3 yrs. ago from the original owner in CA. . When I got it I wanted everything to be set up right so I mailed it to Frank Neat.I told Frank to check it out and let me know what it needed. Frank said it could use new frets and while he had the old frets out he would make
sure the neck was straight and the fret board was in good shape. I had Frank to do all that plus buff the gold and set it up. The old case wasn't that great so I purchased a new case. I went to Frank's shop and picked it up and I ask Frank how it turned out and his words were: I don't set
up a lot of Baldwin's but this is one of the better sounding ones I've heard. I advertised this banjo as very good condition but if it wasn't for a very few belt buckle scratches it would be in excellent condition. This banjo sounds good, plays good, and looks good. I also have the neck tool that comes with it. I have around $3200. invested in it. Asking $2,000. + shipping/handling. I
United States, Willard, OH, 44890
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Condition of Item(s):
Used - Very Good Condition
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