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 .. of Bermondsey London (father of George E. Morris the well-known professional banjoist) was a busy teacher of the banjo during the banjo boom of the 1920’s he had zither-banjos made especially for him by a local man named Jim Gough.


The demand for the instruments among Morris's many pupils was more than Gough could cope with and George Morris had to turn to Temlett and Windsor for his supplies.


The Morris zither-banjos were well made instruments and highly thought of at the time.

George Morris   1877 to

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Do you have a pre 1940's banjo by this maker?  can you supply us some images?

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