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Fender Concert Tone 54 Banjo
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The Concert Tone Banjo Series presents modern interpretations of the classic Fender Concert Tone banjos of the 1960s. Just like the popular instrumen...Read More
Affordable without compromising in tone, style or playability.
- Fender Concert Tone 54 Banjo
The Concert Tone Banjo Series presents modern interpretations of the classic Fender Concert Tone banjos of the 1960s. Just like the popular instruments of that decade, today's Concert Tone banjos are finely crafted for rich sound, smooth playing feel and elegant looks.
The Concert Tone 54 Banjo offers the most affordable sound and style in the series, with fine features including a rolled steel tone ring, gloss-finish mahogany resonator with aged white binding and black trim, mahogany rim, gloss-finish mahogany neck, and vintage nouveau acrylic white pearl inlay work with a Concert Tone block inlay at the 18th fret. Case sold separately.
- Series: Concert Tone Banjo
- Type: Resonator
- Head: 11" Remo
- Resonator: Mahogany Multi-Ply
- Rim Material: Maple Multi-Ply
- Finish: Gloss Polyurethane
- Tone Ring: Rolled Steel
- Hooks: 24
- Arm Rest: Chrome
- Neck: Mahogany
- Neck Finish: Gloss Polyurethane
- Coordinator Rods: Dual
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 19
- Scale Length: 26.4" (671 mm)
- String Nut: Synthetic Bone, 1.18" (30 mm)
- Truss Rod: Dual-Action
- Tuning Machines: 1-4th String: 4-Piece Guitar Set; 5th String: Planetary Geared
- Bridge: Maple with Ebony Cap
- Tailpiece: Chrome Clamshell
- Strings: D'Addario J-61 (.010/.012/.016/.023W/.010)
- Other Features: Black Acrylic Headcap, Open Gear Banjo Tuners with Aged \White Buttons, Synthetic Bone Nut, Maple Bridge with Ebony Cap, 24 Hooks, 11" Remo Renaissance High Collar, Dual Coordinator Rods, Chrome Arm Rest, and Chrome Straight Pull Tailpiece
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Comments about Fender Concert Tone 54 Banjo:
I guess you could file the frets to make it easier to slide up and down the finger board. Not too much of a problem.