This banjo is in great condition with the exception of some finish clouding on the neck, back and one side. Original hardshell case is in fair condition as shown.
The Aria 921C was a good quality 5-string banjo made in the early 1970s. It had chrome plated standard friction pegs, rosewood finished neck and headstock with matching resonator. The fingerboard was rosewood with 9 inlaid position markers. The aluminum shell was chrome plated with 24 chrome-plated brackets. It had a specially designed sound chamber, 11 inch diameter plastic head with 14 inch resonator. A deluxe plush lined hard-shell case was also included when new.