Price Reduced Again! (don't make me give this away!!) Selling my Crafters of Tn mahogany Tradition. Although not rare by any means, this banjo is a "no hole" archtop; the far majority of the crafters banjos were flatheads. I'm generally NOT an archtop guy and that would be the main reason for selling it. It is in very nice decent shape. Remo head, Snuffy Smith bridge, presto style tailpiece, and the neck is "speed finished." (may be original, was that way when I purchased the banjo) Has spikes at A and B. at some point I believe there may have been some type of 5th string capo attached to the side of the neck, but that is no longer there. The holes appear to have been plugged with a metal dot. The banjo has no issues whatsoever, and there is no buckle rash, scratches or anything of the sort. Has some slight fretwear but there is plenty of life left in those. It has schaller D tuners on it now, but I would be willing to remove those and put regular tuners on it and subtract a few dollars from the cost if a buyer wishes. Case is included of course!! Additional pics can be sent to interested parties, and I'll try to answer any questions to the extent I can. If interested fire me an email thru the hangout, OR give me a call at H 540 474 - 2009, or my cell at 540 908 - 9418. I forgot to add - of course it might be a bit negotiable!
United States, Monterey, VA, 24465
to be paid by buyer.
Check/Money Order, 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.
Additional return policy details: Payment refunded after banjo is received in same condition as when sent.
Condition of Item(s):
Used - Very Good Condition
Crafters of TN
H 540 474 - 2009, Cell 540 908 - 9418. Thanks!!
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