A nice two-piece tailpiece based on a 1920's design.
The saddle attaches to the banjo by means of a single nut & bolt through the bottom; the cover plate is attached to the saddle with 2 small screws. There are 5 string studs in the back of the cover (unlike the 1920's original, there is no string cover plate on this version). There is a screw provided in the back of the tailpiece cover to alter the angle between the saddle and the cover plate. This is a nice tailpiece ideal for replacing similar tailpieces on period banjos or for use on new build banjos - quite good for 4-string banjos owing to the string spacing.
For some unexplained reason, this banjo comes with 5 string holes drilled through the back-plate under the string pins. These should be ignored as they bring the strings out in a most unhelpful place.
Dimensions: Length (front to back): 56mm, Width (at widest point) 35mm: Depth (from top of tension ring) 23mm
Supplied with a 30mm x M4 fixing nut + bolt
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