Huber VRB-G 5 string Granada 5 string Banjo. Includes Superior Hardshell Case. CALL TODAY 404-372-5482
Huber VRB-G 5 string Granada
This is a curly maple banjo with Gold Hardware. The Hardware has been engraved. The gold armrest has also been engraved. The tailpiece is a gold clam shell tailpiece. The neck is also maple with a rosewood fretboard. There is a flying eagle inlay pattern on the fretboard. There is white binding on each side of the neck and resonator. This has vintage style tuners. The banjo is all original and looks fantastic. This also includes a Superior Hardshell Case.
This in definitely in great shape. The finish is clean and really shines. The gold hardware is also super clean. This is not mint but it is definitely in fantastic shape. The neck is straight and the banjo has been set up. The fretboard is clean and the finish on the neck and headstock. The banjo is set up to play fast with some real volume. The frets are in really good shape with only a hint of wear on only the first few frets. There are spikes on the 7th-9th frets. This is all original and everything is clean. The banjo plays great and sounds fantastic. Which is to be expected from a banjo like this. The case is also in
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