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About Lemon Banjo and Supply

I'm Hunter Lemon, the man behind Lemon Banjo and Supply. When I started dabbling in banjo construction, I was a junior in high school. It took a few tries to get it right, but my first successful banjo was finished in May of 2020 - about a week after my high school graduation.

Before I truly knew what I had gotten myself into, a very good friend of mine asked me to build him a custom banjo heavily based on a 1954 RB-250. About a week later, another good friend asked me to build a new rim for his banjo. And so the work began. I completed the rim conversion in late summer of 2020, and I completed the custom banjo in December of 2020. By this time, I had already received several orders from across the country for rims and a conversion neck, and I had also just completed my first semester as a college student.

At the time of this writing, I was an 8th semester student in college pursuing degrees in both Computer & Information Systems and Land Surveying, building banjos in my little free time. While I am unsure of exactly where I will end up after completing my degrees, building banjos is something I intend to keep doing from here on out.

What I believe to be the reason Lemon Banjo and Supply has drawn attention quickly is because not only are our prices modest, but we also advertise and innovate a concept that not many builders have. That is the concept of no tone rings. For more information on this topic, go to THIS page.

Lemon Banjo and Supply has one goal for its customers, and that is satisfaction across the board. Our banjos are not only several pounds lighter than most on the market, but the weight loss does not affect their excellent tone and volume, making them the perfect combination for those who hate the weight of their banjo but do not wish to sacrifice tone and volume. We also take great care when building reproduction necks and replacement rims, making sure that they are built exactly to your specifications.

A Lemon has never been sweeter!