Vintage Jedson Banjo Ukulele (Banjolele)

Used – Good
$286.31
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Varsity Music
EDINBURGH, United Kingdom
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About This Listing

Vintage banjolele made in England by Jedson (J.E. Dallas & Son), approx. 1930s. The condition is good and it plays brilliantly, pegs work fine and stays in tune but unfortunatley shows its age by being so relic'd. Nothing more than scratches, marks and a few chips. No cracks in the wood that would be concidered as concerning. A great beginner-level banjo-uke that sounds wonderfully authentic. Comes with original case which has seen better days.. Heavily damaged and falling apart. It has been repaired the best it could with duct tape but it would be considered as non functioning. Still better than nothing! 

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Listeda year ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
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