Stromberg Marimba Tenor Banjo C. 1925
Here we have a basically untouched example of some of the finest work money could could buy in 1920, and so beautifully preserved. This is an example of some of the Meticulous work of Charles Stromberg of Boston in the early part of the 20th century. This banjo's pictures basically speak for themselves. The mother of pearl work and metal parts are almost untouched by time. Original Waverly offset tuners. This one is a true gem. To top it all off the neck is straight and true and does not need a thing to be played and the tone is clear and present without any harshness. Waiting for its next player. Comes with a modern hard case.