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Old 09-28-2017, 04:30 PM   #21
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I bought a banjo a few years ago to play around with---never took to it, but it looks cool in the studio, and I have a friend who can tear it up, so I keep it around!
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Is your affinity stock?.
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Is your affinity stock?.
Yes it is---it is an '09---I paid $100 for it in 2014. The guy bought it, paid for a pro setup (I didn't have to touch it), took a few lessons, and put it back in the box. This thing is flawless, and plays like a dream---no mods planned!!!

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