A friend brought me an old banjo guitar to see if I could fix it up. He inherited from his grandma who had had it for years. From the look of it, it seemed that someone had taken an old banjo body and added a 6 string guitar neck to it. It was missing strings, the bridge, and the tailpiece. All of the banjo hardware was in fairly good shape. The banjo head didn’t even need to be replace. The neck was probably from a a Tele or a Strat kit. The tuners were old, but still serviceable. I only had to replace one tuner post and one tuner gear. Everything was taken apart and cleaned. The neck and banjo rim were given a coat of Tru-Oil to brighten up the wood.