Over the last year or so, I've picked up a couple of new banjos...
1981 GoldStar Rb-3/Rb-75 reproduction. This is a powerful banjo, maybe a little on the bright side, but plays, tunes and behaves well.
1978? Ode Model C. This is also a powerful banjo. Heavy for shows, but also plays, tunes and behaves well. In my early years of playing, my cousin had one that I really liked. It makes a good option for playing in the closet or out at shows.
2006 Prucha. This is the newest and needs more field testing, but I love the sound and intonation.1 comment
Playing Since: 1974
Experience Level: Purty Good
1926 TB-3 (converted), Huber Kalamazoo, Gibson RB-75 Reissue, Gibson RB-800, Stelling Sunflower, Bishline Custom, Ode Model C, Prucha, Goldstar Flying Eagle, Goldstar Bluegrass Album Band, Goldstar Wreath archtop, Honeytone open back, Blue Star Banjocaster
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