I bought a mid 30s Recording King model 803 from Harry Eibert a few years ago, and he made this neck for the banjo. I ended up trying a maple neck I had on the 803, and that banjo loved that maple neck so I left it on. I may also sell the 803 in the near future. It is a OPF 40 archtop that screams- by far the best archtop I have owned (and a super candidate to cut the rim and have exactly a mid 30s Gibson Mastertone rim). This is a great inexpensive way to try a professionally made quality Walnut neck on your banjo. Ask questions and I can send all the pics you might need.
United States, OH
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: The neck is straight and plays great- no crack or problems .As always with necks, it may need to be fit by a professional to your pot. Ask any questions you may have as I will only accept returns if I have described it inaccurately.
Condition of Item(s):
Used - Excellent Condition
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