As a subsidiary to Gibson, Epiphone maintains pretty much the same catalog structure as its parent company, with all of the electric and acoustic model types being produced at Epiphone, as well. This extends into acoustic department, as well. Folk instruments are a significant part of every American manufacturer`s catalog, and so is the case with Epiphone. MB-100 opens the Banjo series within the Epiphone`s catalog and it comes with a standard shaped body made of mahogany. It is encircled with a metal rim with an arm rest. Bridge on this model is made of rosewood and it is paired with a trapezoid tailpiece. Neck is made of mahogany and it is bolted to the body. Fingerboard on this five-stringer is made of rosewood and it comes with 22 frets with dot inlays.
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