We offer this classic Harmony banjo from the 1970s era. There venerable banjos with their plastic/bacolite pots were a staple of the folk boom of the '60s and '70s when many people were looking for an affordable instrument that played and sounded good. This is one of the most well preserved examples we have seen. It is nice and clean, has relatively few marks, still has plenty of luster on the metal parts and has it's original resonator attached, which is also in good clean condition., Many people removed these resonators to have an open-back banjo and they sometimes get lost over time. For those who do want an open-back instrument, removing this resonator is just the turn of one screw. The banjo is in excellent playing condition with a straight neck, low action and a nice clear tone. Recently set up with new Curt Mangan .10 to .24 strings. Better yet, it comes in its original chipboard case.