Discover the Joy of playing a long neck banjo!
*The blue grass sound = Mastertone Tone
* Kingston Trio sound= Tubaphone
*Old Time banjo sound = Rolled Brass
*Economy banjo (durable, adjustable) = Archtop
Worldwide builder of long neck banjos
Long neck four & five string banjos
Play it, See it! Three extra frets!
All brass and hand turned rim for excellent sound.
28 brackets for better tone.
Read what banjo hangout is saying about the Vega Bracketed pot. The rim is only .50" and the
All brass parts in my view provides an unexcelled tone. Sure it costs a lot. But I am so sure that you will
be thrilled with it.
I install a Stubbs long fifth string capo that covers nine frets.
This is the kind of capo installed like the one one used by the Kingston Trio:
Alan Fleshman from Florida - Upon receiving his archtop - Dec. 30th, 2014 on receiving his archtop - The banjo is perfect
banjo arrived about an hour ago and the only reason I have taken
a break from playing it is to let you know how pleased I am. It is a work of
art. The inlays are magnificent, the sound is just what I am looking for and
the craftsmanship is better than any "manufactured" banjo in this or any other
price range. You must take great pride in your work and all I can say is that
you deserve it. Once again, Happy New Year. I am sure mine will be
musically rewarding. ..
..Needless to say, if you ever need an endorsement, you can count on mine.
p.s. I can give you names and e mail addresses of these persons and
others that may live near you. There is probably someone near you that possesses
one of my banjos.
p.s. I can give you names and e mail addresses of these persons and others that may live near you. There is probably someone near you that possesses one of my banjos.