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  1. 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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  2. Huber Banjos (new) VRB-75 Truetone (formerly known as Mills) 5-String This item is NOW ON SALE! Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Huber Banjos (new) VRB-75 Truetone (formerly known as Mills) 5-String Now on Sale!

    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.  WAS $5459 BUT NOW:

    Our price is $4,195.00.
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