In 1975, Alan Munde introduced the Stelling banjo to an international audience by playing the second Staghorn ever made with the Country Gazette. Since then, the Staghorn has remained one of the most desired banjos in the world and has become the trademark model of Stelling Banjo Works. The increasing rarity of the materials such as the highly figured Claro walnut used in the neck and resonator, a
Introduced in 1984, the Earl Scruggs Standard replicates Earl's personal Granada model. Although Earl's instrument originally had gold-plated hardware, the plating has long ago worn off, so the Standard features nickel-plated hardware to look just like Earl's. This is 1995 model, with Shubb 5th string sliding capo , and Gibson OHSC
This 1981 Stelling Gospel model is very rare , almost impossible to find for sale , unique work of art and beautiful sounding instrument! All original except for the head and four tuners which are Gotohs. No issues. Excellent feel. This model came with a block rim! Original case in very good condition as well. Finish waxed to a nice shine and metal is still fairly shiny too.
Ome Phoenix, but not your every day regular model, this banjo has been heavily customized, it is upgraded with original Ome arch top tone ring, chrome plated , and comes with a deluxe Ome tweed HSC ... these are rarely coming up for sale, especially in this condition ... waiting period for this banjo is around 2 years ... save some money, and get yours today ...
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