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What is small, sturdy, made by Hohner and you can actually play it?
This resonator guitar plugs in so you can be heard!
Deep koa woodwork and an onboard preamp makes this island 4-string a picker's dream ukulele.
A learner's harmonica in the key of C.
The Cordoba 20BM Concert Ukulele features a solid mahogany top and mahogany back and sides. rosewood...
The best of both worlds the Bluesmaster is an easy to play, easy to own professional diatonic harmonica.
Unmistakable rich tone from a classic electric Hawaiian guitar. Measuring 33-1/2" x 7-1/2" x 1-3/4", this...
A great value, this accordion's quality tone and distinctive look is perfect for younger players, or those...
The Washburn B120 has all the looks and tone of a 100 year old banjo.
Newton's third law says that "to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" and it could be argued this is true in music. An increased interest in digital technologies and computer optimized music such as Auto Tune will inevitably lead to a backlash. Traditional instruments such as the Ukulele and the Banjo are both enjoying resurgence in interest not seen since the Folk boom of the early 1960s. Part of the fun of a lot of traditional instruments is the relative simplicity; you don't need a manual or years of practice to quickly and easily get a tune out of a harmonica or an accordion. With products from the top brands, including aNueNue Folk & Traditional Instruments and Kentucky Folk & Traditional Instruments, all our folk and traditional instruments are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.