Next up* is this very clean 1930's Bacon & Day Serenader Silver Bell tenor banjo neck.

This neck has a solid & professional heel repair at some point in it's past.

Otherwise, very clean with excellent frets & original Page Patent tuning pegs. One peg looks just like the Page's, but has no markings on it. All tuning pegs have smooth, firm action. Nut looks to be bone and is in great shape.

There is minor finish wear to the back of the neck (very light nicks and scratches) & a portion of the MOP adornment of the heel cap is missing. The central design is 100%, so should be able to clean it up nicely if wanted.

The coordinator rod is original to the best of my knowledge.

We recently purchased a large lot of antique and vintage banjo parts form a shop that closed. Please stay tuned for much more and if looking for something in particular before I get a chance to list it, feel free to inquire. No sales made outside of Reverb however.

Shipping for this neck via USPS Priority Mail insured w/tracking to the US only is $25.00.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Michale's Gear Garage

EUGENE, OR, United States
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Joined Reverb:2016

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