No 32 "In Mouse Land" Banjo

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No 32 "In Mouse Land" Banjo


The simple rolled brass tone ring on this banjo gives it a bit more brightness and cutting power than a wooden tone ring but still results in a fairly mellow open tone when compared to a tubaphone or whyte laydie. The fretboard inlay design is taken from an illustration by L.W.R. Wenckebach for In De Muizenwereld (In mouse-land) by Agatha Snellen, published in the Netherlands in 1894. The heel inlay is my grandfathers chisel and my work knife crossed over each other.

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  • 25.5" scale length.
  • Slim neck profile.
  • Oval scoop with mother of pearl mouse inlay.
  • Curved Traditional heel with inlaid mother of pearl Chisel and wood working knife.
  • Two way adjustable truss rod.
  • Ebony fretboard and headstock veneer with double under veneers.
  • Medium fretwire.
  • Buffalo horn nut.
  • Block rim construction with rolled brass tone ring and Ebony rim cap.
  • Romero style dowel rod construction.
  • Handmade raw brass tension hoop and 18 brackets.
  • Rickard no knot tailpiece and hooks and nuts.
  • Planetary tuners.
  • Compensated Cherry and Ebony bridge.
  • Stained goat skin.
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