5-String Resonator Banjos

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  1. Deering (new) Eagle II 5-String Resonator Banjo

    Deering (new) Eagle II 5-String Resonator Banjo

    Tag No 32-4336 New
    #1055-1MB, with hard shell case.

    Deering's newest and most affordable professional grade resonator 5-string banjo. The Eagle II banjo is a whole new breed of banjo. It features the ground breaking, patent pending Twenty-Ten Tone Ring which is a completely original Deering design that is unlike any other traditional tone ring. It produces a high quality sound that is versatile for many styles of playing. While the sound is uniquely Eagle, it represents a refinement in the quality of banjo tone, something that allows the player to soar to new heights.

    Our Price is $2,299.00.
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  2. Gibson (used, 1930) RB-1 5-String Resonator Banjo Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Gibson (used, 1930) RB-1 5-String Resonator Banjo

    Tag No 32-4344 Used Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #9775-8, in “very good” condition, with the worn original hard shell case.

    For the banjoist of somewhat advanced years or those with back trouble, the absence of a cast bronze tone ring will be a blessing.  This is one of the finest flathead non-mastertone prewar Gibson banjos we have ever seen  – and sounds like church bells ringing from 2 dozen churches in a small town in Italy, on a sunny Sunday morning.   This is the banjo of your dreams.

    Our Price is $10,500.00.
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  3. Deering (used) Goodtime 2 5-string Resonator

    Deering (used) Goodtime 2 5-string Resonator

    Tag No 32-4331 Used
    #ISI1825, included in price: Deering Gig Bag, Clip-on Tuner, two finger picks, a thumb pick, and a banjo strap.

    The Goodtime Two is made with natural blonde maple that has a satin finish to protect it. The rich, golden tone and the reverberation off the resonator sound great. You can definitely tell a volume difference between Open-Back and a Goodtime Two. The sound waves aren't getting trapped between you and the banjo, which makes a pretty big difference. If you want a great low priced bluegrass banjo for travel and leisure that plays correctly and is durable, this is the best buy on the market!

    Our Price is $450.00.
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  4. Stelling (used, 1989) Bellflower 5-String Resonator Banjo

    Stelling (used, 1989) Bellflower 5-String Resonator Banjo

    Tag No 32-4181 Used
    #3425, in excellent condition with original hard shell case.

    Made of Virginia walnut, the Bellflower boasts the natural beauty of unstained wood. A simple, yet elegant floral inlay pattern combined with tasteful ivoroid/black/ivoroid binding on the neck and resonator make the Bellflower the choice of many happy banjo owners. The metal parts are nickel plated; block laminated "Lost Timbre" 600TS "Old Wood" rim by Tony Pass, one piece flange, ebony peghead with “STELLING” pearl logo, five geared tuners with pearloid buttons and three railroad spikes installed in the usual places (7th, 9th and 10th frets).

    Our Price is $2,885.00.
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  5. Gibson (used 1930- '33) Kel Kroyden Banjo KK-10 Conversion to 5-string This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Gibson (used 1930- '33) Kel Kroyden Banjo KK-10 Conversion to 5-string Now on Sale!

    Tag No 32-3795 Used
    #ISI-2146, Kel Kroyden tenor banjo converted to 5-string, in very good condition with newer TKL hard shell five-string case. A NEARLY $1500 PRICE REDUCTION!

    Kel Kroyden was a subsidiary brand of the Gibson Company.   The model originally came with no tone ring, and also no adjustable truss rod.   However, it is now after-market equipped with a modern 5-string neck with an adjustable rod, and a 1989-1990 Huber 20-hole flathead tone ring.  Kel Kroyden banjos are said to have been produced only between 1930 and 1933 – during the Great Depression -- and they typically have no serial numbers. This WAS $6180 but it is NOW ON SALE.

    Our SALE Discount Price is $4,639.00 and Our SALE Cash Discount Price is $4,500.00.
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  6. Deering (new) Goodtime 2 Special with resonator

    Deering (new) Goodtime 2 Special with resonator

    Tag No 32-3996 New
    #ISI2157, zipper gig bag is optional for + $75.

    Tone ring, satin finished, rock maple neck with slender profile, standard 11" diameter pot, with armrest and adjustable tailpiece, multi-ply birch/maple rim, maple resonator with black binding.
    The Deering List Price is $985
     

    Our Price is $798.00.
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  7. Huber Banjos (new) VRB-75 Truetone (formerly known as Mills) 5-String Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Huber Banjos (new) VRB-75 Truetone (formerly known as Mills) 5-String

    Tag No 32-3652 New Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #513-47, with hard shell case.

    This model is formerly known as the "Jim Mills w/ Truetone upgrade" but is now called a "Custom VRB-75-41 w/Truetone upgrade" because Mr. Mills dropped his endorsement when he left Ricky Skaggs.  

    Our Discount Price is $5,459.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $5,295.00.
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  8. Deering (new) Maple Blossom This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Deering (new) Maple Blossom Now on Sale!

    Tag No 78-7587 New
    #M065, non-radiused fingerboard, with hard shell case.

    Eastern hard rock maple neck and resonator stained a walnut color, 3-ply maple rim, sand cast virgin bell bronze tone-ring, ebony fingerboard, flower shaped mother-of-pearl inlays and white binding.
    The Deering List Price is $4144-  Our Price WAS $3,399.00. BUT NOW:

    Our SALE Price is $2,165.00.
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