MISCELLANEOUS (Bluegrass, Drums, etc.)
60's Harmony Sovereign 5-String Banjo, (front), (back), (side), (headstock), (5th string peg), (case) I'm far from an expert on banjos I mainly know that they sound very annoying in the hands of a non-player (like myself), but like guitars you can gauge the quality by appointments and hardware This one definitely isn't base model and it has some nice appointments such as mother of pearl block inlays, good quality friction tuners, bound neck, closed back body, arm rest, 30 rim brackets, and nickel plated hardware Appears to be all original other than, perhaps, the 5th string tuner which has a pearloid button instead of black It fingers with very comfortable action and we'll set it up with a fresh set of strings prior to shipping It "feels" like a quality banjo to me for what that's worth, and is probably a good buy at $250 Includes an old chipboard case.
Madeira by Guild M-800 mandolin, (pic2), Guild's import line back in the day and a good quality mando with superb action in the lower register - not great for playing up high but for guys who play low chords it's perfect and just $150
Harmony 5-String Banjo Older Harmony, open back, pic only shows 4 strings but will have 5th string installed before shipping, sounds pretty good and has excellent projection, $99
Black Tom-Tom, 13", unknown origin, works good, no bottom head - top head in good shape, not nice but cheap - $15
Ludwig Speed King Kick Drum Pedal, cool vintage bass drum pedal, will clean up beautifully with a little polish, works perfectly, $55
Drum Hardware, Percussion Plus chain-drive high hat stand is sold, remaining items: cheap-o snare stand, cymbal boom, and piece-of-crap high hat stand that's missing some parts going for $25/all
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