Violin 3/4 Tenor Banjo

by Luke the Drifter on March 1, 2012


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Violin 3/4 Tenor Banjo in a no reserve auction. That’s what the seeler is calling it, so we’ll go with that, although you could probably call it a Violin Tenor Guitar. Whatever. We have never seen anything like this. Take a look at the pictures and read the description. Seller says it sounds like a cross between a tenor banjo and a mandolin. We can see that. We wonder how it would sound if you put a slide on it. Very unusual. Very cool.

Violin 3/4 Tenor Banjo -eBay

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