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Pre War Gibson Banjo bought, sold and traded by Jim Mills here in the Raleigh Durham area of North Carolina. I pay good prices promptly and can travel anywhere. Est selection of guaranteed original, 1930’s Prewar Gibson Conversion Banjos as well as fully original Prewar Flathead Mastertones. I strive to keep the largest selection on hand at all times. The Jim Mills Banjo Showroom is over 1,000...
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Home page for The BanjoPhiles, Gibson prewar and bowtie banjo information. Welcome to The Banjo Philes, a website for the Twang-Tone-obsessed. In this space I share what I have learned about my favorite subject..... Banjos! Like so many others, I am fascinated by that illusive Gibson Mastertone sound that is associated with the rare pre-WWII flathead Mastertone banjos. All produced in the...
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Around the Sullivan Banjo Company we have a great friend that stops in to visit us on a regular basis. This friend’s name is Bob Burkett, a local banjo picker, multi-talented individual and just all around great guy. Bob not only loves to pick the banjo but he likes to tinker around in the shop...
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"George Gruhn knows more about guitars than anyone on earth," says Tom Wheeler, former editor of Guitar Player magazine. That knowledge has made Gruhn Guitars the world's most famous vintage instrument store and has brought George Gruhn worldwide recognition as an author of definitive books on...
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Most of the banjos I recover need a new neck and some replacement parts. I shape the necks using manual tools ( raps, files, sanding blocks, chisels, drawknive, spokeshave) and take all the time necessary to make sure it is comfortable and easy to play. Every neck is made with the best quality...
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This website is dedicated to photos and descriptions of the many banjos in my collection, along with a few other vintage instruments I have picked up over the years. I have authored this site in the hope that other collectors might follow suit and share photos and information on their banjos with others in the collecting community. Since my interest in banjos stems in part from my interest in...
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A monthly magazine devoted to the 5 string banjo. Banjo tabs for beginners and enthusiasts, interviews, articles, and much more. We cover both three-finger and clawhammer styles; order from 40 years' worth of back copies from our new interactive archive.
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Outlaw Banjo Company specializes in custom built banjos and parts. Consider a quality made-in-America Outlaw banjo for your next purchase. Each Outlaw banjo is built to the customers preference from only the highest quality components available, and Ron's banjos are hand crafted to the highest level of craftmanship. Many options are available to make your banjo a "one of a kind in a class by...
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Doc's Banjos are custom, handmade, heirloom, built to stand the test of time, and deliver excellence in tonal quality, durability, and playability. Aurora is an amazing banjo in tone, good looks, and playability. A 13 inch pot fully loaded with most all of our innovative options, you will find them below. Aurora is an oak banjo that has a classic woody tone, coming from an ancient oak tree that...
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The world's largest high end used banjo inventory. In the market for a high-end, professional-quality banjo? Banjo Vault has the largest listing of new and used high-end banjos. 2009 Prucha Walnut Diamond Point Custom - &#34Black Nickel&#34 and Gold Hardware. Listings are supplied by Banjo Hangout, the world's largest banjo community. Gibson prewar style 6 archtop 1929 convertion neck and Tenor...
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Banjo, instructor, teacher, Huntsville, Phill Gibson. By that I mean that it is the most easily modified of musical instruments. Did you know you can take a banjo apart; take the neck off; replace the drum head and tone ring; adjust the neck to set the string action, and so much more. You can really tweak it to get just the sound you like, from a deep mellow voice, to a bright, clear ringing!...
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Brothers as Steve Leftridge of PopMatters described them this way: "Eric and Leigh Gibson might have, pound-for-pound, the most impeccably fine-sounding traditional bluegrass band on the contemporary scene. ...the reason these guys can’t lose is that, quite simply, they sound so great. Eric and Leigh sing bluegrass’ tightest harmony blend, and, instrumentally the group plays with unmatched...
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