This consignment 1932 Gibson-made Trujo style A plectrum banjo shows a little wear, but no abuse, and all-original parts except for plastic head. The metal surfaces are clean and bright. Mahogany neck and resonator, Page tuners, Adjustable truss rod, Pearl “Trujo” inlay on rear of headstock, Chrome plated parts, Special deep 3 1/4″ body construction for the Truett-patented megaphone tone ring (28 hole tube attached to metal megaphone), Grover “eagle claw” tailpiece, Gibson type armrest, One missing resonator thumbscrew, B & D style resonator with wide “W” shape flange holes, 26 1/8″ string scale. With original hardshell case.
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