Chuck Lee Glen Rose No 728
From Chuck's web page: "The Glen Rose features an Electric tone ring (aka as a Whyte Laydie tone ring but without the scallop band inverted. The Electric tone ring came first, then the scallop band was inverted by David Day of Fairbanks while making the Whyte Laydie banjo model that included a Bracket Band and natural Maple neck and rim), Glen Rose peg head shape, Waverly tuners in the peg head with a right angle 5th string tuner (Nickel Plated), Macassar Ebony (or other species of Ebony) fingerboard, Ebony Overlay with Custom Inlay, Long Texas Scoop and my Classic style Heel."
The No-Knot tailpiece was replaced with a Waverly-Style, and the bridge was replaced with a 9/16" Fielding for lower action. The No-Knot is included, as is the old bridge. The banjo weighs 6.2 lbs.
I'm offering this fine instrument, case included, for $1850. It features an 11" head, spike at 7th fret and no fret wear. There are no dings, gouges or other imperfections. I just don't play banjo anymore, and I need the money to pay for a dental implant.
Buyer pays PayPal (3%) fee. $100 shipping by UPS or FedEx ground to continental US. Or you can come to Brenham and pick it up and save yourself $100.
More photos: flickr.com/photos/docham/album...498091183
United States, Brenham, TX, 77833
$100 Ground shipping to continental US
Cash (in person), Paypal
Returns accepted. Buyer must contact seller within 2 days to arrange return. Refund will be given as Money Back. Buyer pays return shipping.
Condition of Item(s):
Used - Excellent Condition
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