So I work part time at a music store and our basement is a cluttered mess. For fun sometimes I like to rummage through things and occasionally find some cool stuff. Last year I found a weird Japanese Marvel guitar that my boss didn't even know was down there. Well today in a smelly musty gig bag I found a weird open back banjo. Now I don't play banjo (yet) and this one desperately needs to be cleaned and have some work done to make it playable, but I brought it home anyway. I mean look at how crazy that headstock is. I have no idea of the make or the year. So far I've just done a rudimentary cleaning and tuned it up to mess around. The tuners jump so quickly. Like an 8th of a turn will jump a whole step. I might ask my tech if he has any better tuners laying around. It also needs a new head. But the most pressing thing is resetting the neck to bring the action to a more comfortable level. It's a nice little project for me. I've only played banjo in the studio and typically with a capo and a chord chart, so it will be cool to have one readily available for stuff that I need one on. Any ideas as to who made it?