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Gibson Earl Scruggs Standard (1996)
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1893 S. Pearl St.
Denver, Colorado 80210
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Gibson Earl Scruggs Model banjos are perhaps the most coveted bluegrass instruments to be produced within the past 25 years. The beautifully figured maple neck and resonator pair with a tonally crisp and clear Flathead tone ring (made by Kulesh) to make for a package that is both beautiful to look at, hear, and play. This banjo is possibly the cleanest used instrument we have ever seen. It is in pristine condition with the only slight signs of use being a few fingerprints on the hardware. Included is the original Gibson Hardshell Case.
Neck Wood: Highly Figured Maple
Pot Wood: Laminated Maple
Resonator Wood: Highly Figured Maple
Tone Ring: Gibson Flathead Kulesh tone ring
Fingerboard Wood: Ebony
Tuners: Planetary Gear
Hardware: Original Gibson Chrome Hardware
Scale Length: 26-3/8"
Nut Width: 1-3/16"
Case: Original Gibson Hardshell Case
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