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The Washburn B9 banjo features a raised cast-aluminum tone ring, a bound rosewood fingerboard, a Remo head,...
The Washburn B120 has all the looks and tone of a 100 year old banjo.
Washburn has been building banjos since the late 1800s. With that much experience, it's safe to assume they've learned a thing or two about what it takes to make banjos sound their best. And as banjos continue to enter in to the mainstream of popular music, it's important that you choose one from a company that is respected by professionals and hobbyists around the world. Washburn makes banjos for players from all walks of life and skill levels, so you're sure to find one here that will suit your needs perfectly. For example, if you are a first time banjo player looking for everything you need to get started, you'll want to check out the Washburn B8 Banjo Pack. This pack delivers everything you need to pick up the banjo in no time. It includes a Washburn B8 banjo, a gig bag, a pitch pipe, finger picks, and instructional book, and a strap. Additionally, this banjo comes with Washburn's limited lifetime warranty, so you can rest assured that it will last as you grow as a player and performer.
If you've got the basics down and are looking to upgrade to a new banjo, an option like the B14 5-String might be just what you're looking for. This banjo is highlighted by a bell brass tone ring along with 24 tension brackets and a mahogany resonator. With a clear, percussive tone that is absolutely loved by pickers, this banjo is perfect for playing solo or as part of a group.
Of course, if only the best will do, you're definitely going to want to check out the B17 Sunburst 5-String Banjo with case. This top of the line banjo features a bell brass tone ring and a flamed maple resonator. Overflowing with character and world class from top to bottom, this banjo will help you bring your playing to the next level.
Whichever Washburn banjo you choose, you're in for a treat. That's because Washburn takes the time to make sure every one of their instruments lives up to their exacting standards. When you play a Washburn banjo, you're playing an instrument you'll enjoy making music with for the long haul.
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