|Serial Number||Varies as new|
|Pricing||$999 CDN with case|
|Neck||Left-handed Maple neck with scarf-joint at the head – very strong. Bound ebony fingerboard and head plate. Snowflake inlays, adjustable truss rod, and bolt-on design so the action can be set to whatever you require.|
|Frets||21 medium frets.|
|Body||Mahogany body. bound top Routed for tailpiece adjustment and neck joint.|
|Finish||Tobacco sunburst gloss finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gold-plated hardware. Planetary tuners, straight-line tailpiece, bolted-down hoop. Single coil telecaster-type pickup at the neck, humbucking pickup under the head. Volume and tone controls, pickup selector.|
|Playability/Action||Considerably lighter than a resonator banjo, but with the ability to be much, MUCH louder, the EBM-5 is easy to play for long periods of time.|
|Case||Hardshell case included.|
|Comments||Need to be loud? Go ahead, plug this in and turn it up; you won’t even be able to hear the disappointed whining from the guitar players.
This model is also used by Winston Marshal of Mumford and Sons.
This model is also available in right handed, and is one of the very few left-hand electric banjos available. We’ve included the photos of the right-hand model as well, for reference.
And here’s the right-handed model, which is the same as the left, except backwards:
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