|Comments||The Deering Banjo Company has been a major force in the resurgence of interest in the banjo. Their banjos cover a wide price range, but don’t compromise on quality.
Vega is one of the oldest names in American music history, going back to 1881 in Boston, and remained in operation until the 1970’s, when Martin purchased the company. In 1989, Deering purchased the Vega name to use on a line of banjos.
The Vega Little Wonder is intended to be a quality instrument at a reasonable price – so it uses quality woods (maple and ebony) and good hardware but doesn’t have a lot of decoration.
This very lightly used 2013 Deering Vega Little Wonder banjo is in nearly new condition, has been set up and has three capo tacks installed.
|Serial Number||02121313r833, built during February 2013 at the Deering Vega shop in Spring Valley, California, USA.|
|Pricing||$899.00 CAD with Vega hardshell case. ***SOLD***|
|Neck||Curly maple neck with unbound ebony fingerboard.|
|Frets||No detectable wear on original frets.|
|Body||Maple tone ring|
|Finish||Walnut stain with a satin sealer.|
|Hardware/electronics||Deering hardware with nickel finish. Capo tacks installed at frets 7, 9 and 10.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very well and we will of course set the instrument up to the player’s requirements.|
|Case||Hardshell Vega case included.|
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