1929 Gibson PB3 5 string Conversion Banjo Archtop 2 piece flange with an archtop hardshell case. This has been fully inspected and set up here at the Banjo Warehouse and includes Free Shipping and our Full Satisfaction Guarantee. CALL TODAYT 404-372-5482
1929 Gibson PB3 5 string Conversion Banjo
This is a 2 piece flange pb3 with a mahogany body with white binding on the resonator and nickel hardware. The hardware has aged and has some pitting. The banjo also has the original hyde head and has all original parts except for the neck. The neck was made by the Sullivan banjo company and is mahogany with a rosewood fretboard that has Hearts and Flowers inlaid. The neck also has white binding on each side. The frets show almost no wear in fact they are fat and clean all the way down. This also has no spikes so that may be something you put in yourself if you want them.
This is a classic example of an all original pre war conversion archtop that has a gorgeous neck made by one of the finest banjo builders of our time. This has been inspected, set up, includes Free shipping and a FULL SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. If you have any questions at all please ask. Thanks!!!
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Condition of Item(s):
Used - Very Good Condition
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Banjo Warehouse Atlanta
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East POint Ga 30344
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