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"This is an American made Tenor Banjo from 1920s, has a larger than usual head on it about 12 inch diameter, and features my very first attempt at putting a skin on a banjo – did a good job, but accidently put the rough side out, don’t think it affects the sound, just gets dirty quicker. I bought this Banjo in 2008 to replace my lost Windsor banjo," Stoneking says, on his [website](http://cwstoneking.com/instruments/).more
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