Open the case and surprise everyone with a genuine Gibson All American produced in 1970. It is a real treasure of American history and artwork. There is an engraved American eagle on the back of the resonator and on the peg head and enhanced with rich color work on the burled walnut neck. All of the hardware is gold plated and engraved. This particular banjo has been in a collection and is extremely clean. There are many photos on the website for your review. Placing pictures in VG classifieds is hard so email me if you need any specific photos. The pearloid fingerboard features etched scenes from America's history. All of the metal is gold plated and engraved showing essentially no wear. These instruments with first produced in 1930 to 1937 and then reintroduced with a production period from 1970 to 1986. This is a low serial number on its label indicating a 1974-75 production. Most banjo players can drown out the rest of the band when they want to and this fine instrument comes out of its case shouting "look at me!". Not everyone will have one of these in their banjo collection.
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