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Hello,

I have an excellent Gold Star GF 200 for sale. This one has a wonderful curly maple neck and resonator. These models are hard to come by and maple banjos aren't too common in this price range. This banjo is everything you want a Mastertone style banjo to be: Loud, clear, and dynamic. This banjo also has a great set of Dan Hoppers D Tuners, and they work great.

The banjo is in great shape. It has normal wear on the arm rest and on the metal parts as you would expect from a banjo that is about 15 years old. It has a couple of knicks in the neck but I never noticed them while playing. The banjo does have some light fret wear, but it has many, many years of life left in them. You should be able to see these in the pictures.

The banjo is set up with a Sullivan bridge and comes with the OHSC.

Video demo for this banjo is linked in the ad.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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