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The BG-250 and BG-250F are a real "Bluegrass Special." This banjo includes our lifetime warranty. The BG -250...
Boston 5 string banjo with thick steel rim, mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard. Produces a powerful and...
A singular and beautiful instrument with a sweet and snappy tone!
: Fender re-enters the Bluegrass Instrument market, and does so with the Fender tradition of quality...
Combines pre-war and modern features to create the ultimate bluegrass banjo.
The sounds of the South rediscovered in this Recording King Madison banjo.
An electric banjo for unlimited new sonic possibilities!
A traditional flathead banjo completely faithful to the original '30s models.
The banjo has a long and exotic history. No-one knows for sure where the banjo originates, though it's a widely held belief that it originated from Central Asia. The name banjo could possibly come from Portuguese or from the native language spoken in Angola. What we do know as the traditional banjo with a fingerboard and tuning pegs were first seen in the Caribbean in the 17th Century. There are a number of variants of the banjo, including the five-string, four-string, and plectrum, tenor and cello versions. In addition, the Banjo mandolin and the banjo/ukulele crossover, called the Banjolele. Commonly used in country and bluegrass music, notable banjo players include Earl Scruggs, Pete Seeger, Steve Martin and Scott Avett. As with everything we sell, all our banjos are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.