Remarkably low, even action across a gently aged rosewood fingerboard and the warm, articulate response of a mahogany resonator paired with an 11" rim makes this increasingly rare 1931 Philadelphia-built Weymann Style 50 Tenor banjo a genuine player's find— ornate enough for any live session, or a unique vintage addition to any studio stable.
This 1931 Weymann Style 50 Mahogany Tenor Banjo is in Very Good condition, fully functional, with light visible wear consistent with age and appropriate use, including a professionally repaired, stable crack at neck heel (pictured). Waverly FiberSkyn head and Grover bridge professionally installed. Includes era-correct hard case, reinforced with duct tape but fully functional (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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