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Kevin Enoch Tradesman Fretless Banjo (used)

   
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Specifications

Neck Wood: Cherry
Scale Length: 25"
Nut Width: 1-1/4"
Fretboard Wood: Richlight
Fret Markers: None - 'cuz its fretless
Nut Material: Bone
Spikes: None - remember the fretless thing?
Tuners: Geared Gotoh with black buttons
Finish: Satin
Rim Size: 12"
Rim Wood: Multi-ply maple
Tonering: None
Brackets: 18 Nickel Brackets
Tailpiece: No-Knot
Tension Hoop: Notched
Head: Fyberskin
Armrest: None
Case: Original Tradesman Gig Bag

Description

Kevin Enoch is known for his high quality Dobson Banjo reproductions yet he also makes a fabulous affordable banjo series called the Tradesman. These simple banjos are fabulous for clawhammer and old time playing and desired for their easy playability, mellow tone, and simple design. Perhaps the most standout thing about these instruments is the incredibly light weight with the banjo weighing in at less than 5 pounds.

Overall this instrument is in very good condition with no playability issues or concerns but it does have a number of tiny superficial scratches on the pot rim and the headstock.

This Tradesman Fretless banjo features a 12" pot, cherry neck, fyberskin head, and the original Enoch Tradesman Gig Bag - oh, and did we mention it is fretless?