Brand New Banjos in our inventory. Check 'em out! If you see something that you are interested in, call or e-mail us for pricing. We may be able to make you a deal that will be tough to beat!
Bishline's new openback banjo is a real winner! Made of mahogany, with a Dobson style tone ring and a two-ply maple rim, it features brass hardware on the pot and Gotoh tuning pegs. As with all of Rob Bishline's banjos, the quality is outstanding. Click here for pictures
The Atlas normally comes with a wooden tone ring, but we persuaded Tom Nechville to build this one with a Whyte Laydie ring. It has great tone, plenty of volume, and lends itself to all types of picking styles. It features a walnut neck with a hand rubbed oil finish, and a block rim/tone ring, with a built-in wooden flange. 11" pot. Click here for pictures
This openback banjo has a great sound, and lends itself well to clawhammer and three finger picking styles. It features a walnut neck with a hand rubbed oil finish, and a block rim/tone ring, with a built-in wooden flange. When Nechville introduced the Atlas, we wrote the review for Banjo Newsletter. If interested in reading what we wrote, just email us. Click here for pictures
If you are looking for an American made openback banjo for not a lot of money, this might be just the thing. Features include maple neck with satin finish, 3-ply rim, adjustable truss rod, and a hardshell case. The banjo has a clear, bright tone with a surprising amount of volume, so it is suitable for finger picking or frailing. Click here for pictures
This neat banjo has a wooden tone ring. The neck is wenge with maple/purple heart stringers. Wenge rim. Curly maple binding, and purple heart pot cap. Very neat, with tone to match! Click here for pictures Click her for pictures
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