USED Bart Reiter Roundpeak Openback 5 String Banjo with Scoop - Commission Sale *SOLD*
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Save on these quality 5 string banjo accessories
- Rolled brass tone ring
- Ebony fingerboard and peghead veneer
- Mahogany neck - stained brown
- Dot position markers
- Satin lacquer finish
- Walnut bottom cap
- Two ply laminated maple
- 1/2 inch wall thickness
- 11 inch diameter
- Notched tension hoop
- 26 L-shoe brackets
- Elite Amber head
- 5/8 inch ebony top bridge
- No Knot tailpiece
- 26 1/4 inch scale length
- 17 nickel silver frets - scooped fingerboard
- Bone nut
- Steel reinforced (adjustable at heel end)
- Maple dowel stick
- Veneer laminated in center of neck
- 4 planetary tuning pegs
- Geared fifth peg
- Spikes at 7th and 9th fret.
- Traditional peghead shape and neck contour
More information about Bart Reiter Banjos
Statement of Origin:
Bart Reiter Open Back Banjos are made entirely by me in my East Lansing, Michigan shop. The rim blanks are made in Vermont or Maine of local hard maple. I fashion the necks from rough planks of Michigan maple or African mahogany. The fingerboards are made of Indian ebony. Stewart-MacDonald Five Star hardware is used throughout, being made in Ohio or Montana. A few small items of hardware such as fifth pegs and tailpieces are now made in Asia as the USA made equivalent is no longer available. Thank you for your interest in my product,
Recognized for their artistry, craftsmanship and performance, Bart Reiter Banjos were one of 26 select Builders included in the North American Banjo Builder Series. The series - filmed entirely on location by Craig Evans - became a permanent part of the Smithsonian Folkways "Instrument Builder" Collection in late 2013
5 String Banjo
Number of Strings
Right or Left Handed