For fun, I thought we might start a list, to see which are the most popular makes & models of Tenor Banjo, to be owned & played, amongst our members here.

As you post your replies, I'll add the name of the Banjo or Banjos you play & also your name to our list below.

Cheers,

Dick

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Astor: 1

Clareen: 3

Epiphone: 2

Framus: 9

Gibson: 5

Gold Tone: 3

Lange: 1

Ludwig: 3

Ozark: 1

Orpheum: 1

Paragon: 2

Paramount: 2

Poulsen: 1

Vega: 4

Majestic: 1

Majestic: 1

Dave Boyle: 1

 

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Members who have contributed to this list:

Dick Glasgow

Brian Clancy

Michael Walls

Patrick Mansson

Keith Whidden

Niklas Hakansson

Conor Daly

Paul Gitlitz

Bruce Evans

Ciaran Ferrie

James Donoghue

Harry Faulkner

Chris Black

Chris Hasty

Brywn Scot Martin

David Dean Agee

Anders Houlberg-Neilsen

JT

Patrick Foose

Alan Mount

Lars 'Larry Mor' Mott

Wes Merchant

Paul Desmond

Gary Hoffman

Anne Wright

Paul Desmond

Francis Strong

Kevin Walsh

John McDonald

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Epiphone Recording A and short-scale Clareen Oyster

A short-scale Clareen Special, which I like very much. And, for late night practice, a much quieter Deering Goodtime tenor. 

Epiphone Recording A and a Framus "wedding cake" style.

Vega Style M (1923)

Orpheum #1 (1924)

Lyon & Healey Style B

B & D

Clareen Pearl

Bacon and Day, Peter B

Deering Goodtime II and a Tanglewood TWB 4 Pro. Cove Creek Model.

Grafton Clipper #2 Short scale resonator
From Andy Banjo in Faversham

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