Whoa! check out these wild and crazy banjos. I can't tell exactly how big the big one is. That's a lot of brackets though.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/152772720101?ul_noapp=true

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The big one (with an insane number of brackets) very likely has a hollow neck. The inlays appear to have piercings into the cavity. My Windsor #1 also has a hollow neck and "vented inlays". I love goofy stuff like this!

Me too.

Trapdoor2 said:

The big one (with an insane number of brackets) very likely has a hollow neck. The inlays appear to have piercings into the cavity. My Windsor #1 also has a hollow neck and "vented inlays". I love goofy stuff like this!

i also have a Windsor with a hollow neck ; there are supposed have been made by a  "Cello " luthier ; a luthier who have the habbit to make cello " necks  ;    when the cello need to have a new fingerboard , steam is send in the hole  to separate the fingerboard from the neck

Sitar also has a hollow neck. But no fingerboard!

I would love to play a hollow neck Windsor to find out how it sounds. I've never seen one except in photos. 


marc dalmasso said:

i also have a Windsor with a hollow neck ; there are supposed have been made by a  "Cello " luthier ; a luthier who have the habbit to make cello " necks  ;    when the cello need to have a new fingerboard , steam is send in the hole  to separate the fingerboard from the neck

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