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    Default circa 1895 Luscomb Banjeaurine

    This week’s unusual instrument is a circa 1895 Luscomb Banjeaurine. This banjo has a metal rim with a wooden tone ring. It has a short scale length of 19 ˝” and is tuned a fourth higher (C5, F3, C4, E4, G4) than standard classic banjo tuning.

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    Default Re: circa 1895 Luscomb Banjeaurine

    some photos too...

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