Buy your Howson Old Time 19 Fret Tenor Banjo with Deluxe Hard Case from Eagle Music Shop and receive our premier workshop setup at no extra cost.
Howson Old Time 19 Fret Tenor Banjo specifications
- Eagle Music Exclusive Model
- 12" Cherry block rim construction
- Handmade brass tone ring
- Ebony tone rim cap
- Romero inspired dowel rod construction
- Rickard raw brass hardware
- Howson handmade 2 footed maple and ebony tipped bridge
- Rennaisance head
- Slim tapered neck profile
- 3 piece neck
- 19 frets
- Curved traditional heel with ebony cap
- 2 way adjustable truss rod
- Ebony faced headstock veneer with engraved mother of pearl fiddle playing mouse and stars.
- Ebony fingerboard with MOP side dot markers
- Medium fretwire
- Buffalo horn nut
- Rear facing planetary tuners with black buttons
- Spliced neck with black detail centre line
- Hand rubbed True oil finish
Tuned GDAE Irish Tuning
Can easily be tuned in other tunings as well.
- Scale length - 22.2" scale length
- Total Length 840mm
- Neck length 510mm
- Neck width at nut 30mm
- Weight - 2.7Kg (6lbs)
Supplied in a Superior 12" Openback Tenor Deleuxe hard shell case
Each banjo we supply is individually set up in our on-site Banjo Specialist Workshop here at Eagle Music. Any Banjo purchased from Eagle will be fully SET UP, checked for intonation and playability and tuned ready for playing straight out of the box!
More information about Will
Based in south Shropshire, I am usually to be found making and repairing banjos, lap style guitars, standard guitars and other stringed instruments.
My work supplies shops in the UK as well as building custom instruments for musicians, both amateur and professional.
All my instruments are hand-made and the majority of the work is done using traditional hand tools and methods.
The majority of my work is building custom banjos, Weissenborns, Resophonic and various other types of lapstyle guitars as well as conventional steel string guitars.
I have a particular interest in Hawaiian guitars, having researched and written on their history and development as part of my BSc at London Metropolitan, where I spent three years training as a Luthier under Godefroy Maruejouls (MJS Guitars), Norman Myall and Nicholas Blishen gaining a first class degree with honours in 2011.
When not making instruments I spend a lot of time playing them, especially the banjo, lap style guitars and to a lesser extent guitar and electric bass.