Handcrafted in Maryland, the Enoch Tradesman has consistently defined the top tier of reliable, resonant open back banjo craft for decades. This early 2000s Tradesman boasts a beautifully smooth walnut neck, silky ebony fingerboard with traditional "dot" inlays and scoop, and the full-spectrum tonal balance of a 12" maple rim. From stage to studio, save a spot for this lovingly crafted 5-string in your banjo stable. Notes:
This Early 2000s Enoch USA Tradesman 12" Open Back Banjo is in Very Good condition, with very light visible wear consistent with age and occasional home use, including a few tiny blemishes on headstock (pictured), and light strap wear (pictured). Includes Gold Tone hard case, originally intended for a resonator, so a towel fills empty space (pictured).
All instruments from the Old Town School Music Store are professionally inspected and set-up before shipping, and directly support the missions, programs, and continued growth of the Old Town School of Folk Music.
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