Built May 2009. 5-string, steel string Presentation Model, East Indian rosewood back and sides, Western Red Cedar top, Honduras Mahogany neck, Koa binding, Abalone rosette, purfling and inlays.
First Owner : “Edward’s Victor Banjola #375 was purchased and used strictly for studio work. This magnificent instrument appeared on a full CD entitled “Beloved”produced by Frogtown Records and completed in October 2010. Yet to bereleased.
Banjola never subjected to outside elements and lovingly taken care of as can be seen by its beautiful pristine condition.
Sidebar: If I were just starting out in music and wanted to learn a five string discipline I would want to learn on this Banjola.
Whoever is the lucky buyer? You have purchased the best Banjola on the market! If you’re looking for spot on intonation and low fast action this is the instrument. Enjoy!”
Second Owner Feb. 2011
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“The banjola arrived yesterday afternoon in good condition. It is all I had hoped it would be. As I expected, the workmanship is excellent but it is the tone that is totally outstanding. I know I will enjoy playing this instrument for many years.
If you ever have any inquiries from this region I would be happy to show off this instrument to anyone contemplating a purchase. In fact, you are welcome to pass on my contact information to anyone who may be interested in your instruments.
Thank you very much for creating these wonderful banjolas and for your excellent customer service.”
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