Buy your Ome Juniper 12" Pot Mahogany with Deluxe Hard Shell Case from Eagle Music Shop and receive our premier workshop setup at no extra cost.
The fine build qualities of the Ome vintage series are reflected in the ‘Juniper’ model which combines elegant simpliciity with classic design and construction at a modest price. It is designed by a master banjo builder, with over fifty years of experience, and is built from the finest ‘banjo materials’. The beautiful curly maple neck and ebony fingerboard inlaid with natural abalone inlays, is enhanced by Ome’s build quality and attention to fine detail.
The Pot Assembly:
- Air dried 11/16” thick, ‘three ply’ sold maple 12” rim
- Rolled brass tone ring
- Double Ome design 3/8” diameter coordinating rim rod set
- 26 tension hooks
- Simulated Tortoiseshell binding on outer rim
- No Knot nickel plated tailpiece
- 5/8 " maple/ebony bridge
- Exotic wooden armrest
- Renaissance head
The Neck Assembly:
- South American mahogany neck
- Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with polished nickel silver frets
- Scooped fingerboard
- Intricate ‘Juniper’ design abalone inlays in fingerboard
- Bone 5th string nut guide
- Bone top nut
- White side dot markers
- Spikes fitted at the 7th & 9th frets
- Ome Professional planet geared tuners
- Antique onyx tuner buttons
- Ome abalone inlaid ebony faced headstock
- Adjustable neck truss rod
- Ebony truss rod cover
Complete with Deluxe Hard Shell case and Ome lifetime warranty
The Maker: Charles Ogsbury
Charles Ogsbury began designing and building banjos in 1960 under the Ode name. He sold Ode to Baldwin in 1966 and started Ome Banjos in 1970. Charles emphasizes that his long-term passion has always been to craft outstanding banjos which equal or surpass the best of the vintage classics. Ome’s hand-built instruments feature exceptional tone, playability, and beauty, and are made to last a life-time.
The Ome range includes Bluegrass, Old Time Open-Backs, Tenor and Plectrum banjos. Each instrument feature is designed by Charles Ogsbury. Ome also pride themselves on using the finest banjo building materials and timbers with options such as the finest select curly maple, walnut, and ebony woods, hand-rubbed finishes, hand-engraved armrests and tailpieces, wood carving, dye-coloring. Gold-plated metal parts are also available on all Ome banjos.
For more information visit the Ome Banjos website at www.omebanjos.com