|Prewar VEGA "Professional" 19 fret Tenor Neck PROJECT -AS IS..ebony board is intact with binding and 1st mop inlay missing. Some of the peghead pearl inlays is
missing ,numerous small holes seem to have been filled prior to overspray of the peghead. Must have been a rhinestone project that went wrong.
Lots of wear to the peghead edges....funny thing is it was in service as is...these ol vegas were built
to last alright..$45.00 (postpaid US)
|1920s Vegaphone PROFESSIONAL 22 fret plectrum neck - full 27" scale Vega Professional plectrum neck, lovely carved heel...straight and true.....$275. More Photos|
I recently took a hit on a banjo purchased from Bill's Music in Maryland. (Ebay user ID: billsmusic) The photos , strategically provided to keep undisclosed damage hidden, did not show obvious, extensive damage to the interior of the banjo. Contacted the seller who claimed all sales were "final with no returns". Not the kind of folks I want to do business with again.
If you do not know what you are buying or have questions please ask them in advance of your purchase. I will gladly answer questions and assure you I will do so in an honest and forthright manner. I always make an honest attempt to describe items as I would like to have them described for me with full disclosure of any relevant known issues. Last thing in the world that I need is drama over a banjo part...