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Gold Tone HD15 Hardshell Case for Resonator Banjo
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||42 x 15 x 8 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Pounds|
About this item
- Designed to fit Gold Tone Resonator Banjos
- Fits 13" Resonator Body
- Interior Length: 39.5"
- Interior Depth: 4.75"
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Gold Tone HD15 Hardshell Case for Resonator Banjo Designed to fit Gold Tone Resonator Banjos Fits 13" Resonator Body Interior Length: 39.5" Interior Depth: 4.75"
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This fits the Gold Tone Plectrum perfectly. And they know it!
If you want a hard case for your new, low cost, Gold Tone CC-Plectrum, this is about the only one to fit it. That's not really wrong, I guess, because there are several choices for "bags" that are just fine unless you drop it in front of a moving truck. That's the only thing that cost them half a star.
But if you've read this far, I know you're interested in more than price. The case has a substantial feel to it. It carries pretty evenly from front to back, very nice compared to some others- even manufacturer's cases.
Oh, what the heck, going to give them a five the more I think about it. Bite the bullet- that way, your new banjo will be in great shape for the grandkids to sell.