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Recording King RK-R25 6-String Banjo
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The Recording King Madison banjos offer players an unparalleled combination of quality, versatility and value. With a hand-finished satin maple reson...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed for guitarists wanting a true, authentic banjo sound in a familiar feel.
The Recording King Madison banjos offer players an unparalleled combination of quality, versatility and value. With a hand-finished satin maple resonator, a maple neck with adjustable truss rod, and a true steam-bent 3-ply maple rim, the Madison RK-R25 starts with a great foundation for a serious banjo. It also comes with professional appointments like dual coordinator rods, planetary tuners, nickel-plated hardware and a Remo head, making it a great banjo for the price. The tube-and-plate flange gives the Madison a classic sound, and offers players the option to remove the resonator for open-back styles.
- Maple resonator
- Maple neck
- Dual coordinator rods
- 26.25 in. scale length
- 3-ply steam bent maple rim
- Tube-and-plate-style 2-piece flange
- 24 brackets with notched tension hoop
- Rosewood fretboard
- Bone nut
- Nut width: 1-3/8 in.
- Black peghead overlay with fin inlay
- American threaded hooks and nuts
- Planetary tuners
- Mother-of-pearl fretboard inlay
- Presto-style tailpiece
- Maple/ebony bridge
- Remo frosted head, 11 in. high crown
- Hand-rubbed brown satin finish
- Nickel-plated hardware
- Limited lifetime warranty
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- Good looking and sounds close to a banjo
- Poor finish on chrome and bad strings
- Loud enough for stage but I added EMG-ACB pickup
Comments about Recording King 6-String Banjo:
Expect some setup work. Need to change the strings and set the bridge. Will also need to adjust/tighten the head. It comes with tools which is nice but no instructions. The wood and chrome may need sprucing up, that's a Recording King issue.