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  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag
  • Pisgah Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag

Pisgah Possum 11" Short-scale Open Back Banjo Cherry w/Padded Gig Bag

SKU: PB-PSM11CSRT
$1,615.50
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The Pisgah Possum was the first banjo model we introduced in 2012!  The Possum, which features a persimmon tone ring, gives a warm rich tone without being overpowering.  Great for jams, performing, or just sitting at home and picking in your living room or porch, this is a great all around banjo for any occasion.

  • Paddle headstock
  • Folk heel
  • Persimmon fingerboard
  • Standard frailing scoop
  • Traditional dowel stick construction
  • Quilted star inlay
  • Delrin nut
  • Walnut face dots
  • Two Way adjustable truss rod
  • Remo Renaissance Head
  • Traditional tailpiece
  • 18 notched tension hoop
  • Gotoh Tuners
  • Aged brass Balsam Banjoworks hardware all made in USA
  • PBCO banjo strings
  • Pisgah limited lifetime warranty
TONE QUALITIES

Mellow and plunky with good volume.

 

All instruments from the Old Town School Music Store are professionally evaluated in our climate-controlled storefront before shipping, and directly support the missions, programs, and continued growth of the Old Town School of Folk Music.


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