Huber is among the very best of replicating the pre war Gibson banjos, and this one is a fine example of a style 75!
This is Huber’s version of the old prewar style-75 banjos. This particular banjo has a maple neck that has a very nice feel to it along with a rosewood fingerboard with Wreath inlay except the word “Truetone” on the 15th fret is inlaid as individual letters instead of a solid block. Frets are in good shape. The tone is big and full with a nice initial crisp attack, and it’s got power for days all over the neck. It comes with a hard shell Superior case! A new version of this banjo starts at $5,295.00!
Includes Pro Setup, fifth string spikes, and free shipping!
-Straight Grain Maple neck
-Mahogany resonator with concentric rings
-Rosewood fingerboard with Wreath inlay
-Ivoroid tuning buttons
Huber 512-33, a VRB-75 specifics and history: It has been well played but is in good solid condition. It went back to Huber last spring to repair a crack in the finish on the peghead between the first and second pegs, and had a re-fret from 1-7 while it was there. And there are a lot of goodies that come with it, including a Drum Dial, genuine Keith tuners, extra boutique bridges, and lots more.
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