|Banjos For Sale
(and other related stuff for sale)
I try to describe everything as I see it, including components and condition, but I may miss something
every now and then. Feel free to contact me for more information or pictures - 952 484-7150 or
Email Me All prices excluding shipping.
Unconditional Return Policy: I guarantee anything you buy from me to be as described or I will
gladly accept a return for a full refund (excluding shipping, for the obvious reason).
Payment: Checks are the least-cost alternative for all of us, but I will also accept PayPal payments on
an individual basis.
1997 Recording King Flathead by Greg Rich. Extremely
rare. Not to be confused with the modern banjos by the same name,
this was made 100% in the USA after Greg Rich left Gibson to start his
own banjos. Burlile tone ring, Mahogany, Style 6 MOP Inlays,
impeccable workmanship and detail.
$3,100 or Best Offer.
1936 TB-3, FON 42-23. One piece flange teno
archtop. Possibly over-sprayed resonator. Original flange in
excellent condition, original hooks, pancake tuners and red-line case
included. Missing hoop and Tailpiece. Great candidate for
conversion to RB and/or flathead. $4,499 or Best Offer.
1935 TB-7. All original
except for the tuners. Full weight (3lbs+) High Profile Flat Head
$49,900 Click photo to inquire.
1930's KK-10. This is a fixer-upper, in fact a perfect base
for a pre-war conversion to a 5-string bluegrass banjo. For those
of you who crave the MOTS look, this would be a very inexpensive starter
for a conversion. The resonator is sound but has a few separations
(see photos). If you want these closed up, I can do that with hide
glue for an extra charge. There is a hairline crack in one of the
sound holes of the original pre-war flange (pictured), which is
absolutely non-structural. It has a flat hoop/hook design, which
is quite functional but which you will probably want to replace with a
notched version at some point. No tailpiece.
$2,000 or Best
1999 Prucha Fall-in-Love
This was purchased from Jaroslav
Prucha through Greg Boyd (check out Greg's site
and information on Prucha banjos here:
, or Prucha himself at
This was an "over-the-top" creation, with
book-matched solid 100-year-old flamed European
Maple resonator (carved inside by hand by Prucha
and "tuned" like the old violins), gold-plated
throughout, and the ultimate appointments in
abalone inlays and binding on a radiused
fingerboard. It doesn't get any better
than this... the last banjo anything like this
was listed on Boyd's site with a 5-digit selling
price.... You will note that all of the Prucha's are
"pre-sold", so you won't see many banjos of this
level come along in the future.
Reduced to $4,500