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Ashbury AB-45 Guitar Banjo Tuned like a guitar! 18 hole tone ring, 2 cord-rods

Ashbury AB-45 Guitar Banjo


Tuned like a guitar! 18 hole tone ring, 2 cord-rods

Item ID: GR39022   Model No: AB-45G   
    Product Features
  • A new sound for guitar players, As used in trad jazz
  • 670mm scale length, 22 fret, 24 tension hooks,
  • Excellent bright, loud tone
    Product Specifications
  • A six string banjo that uses guitar tuning! As played in early trad jazz bands - perfect for guitarists looking for a new sound!
  • Made in: China
  • Model Number: AB-45G
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Other Banjos Information


Several other types of banjo exist, the most popular are the Ukulele Banjo as popularised by George Formby, the Mandolin Banjo (or Banjolin), Plectrum or 4 string G Banjo, and there is even a Guitar Banjo, which makes the banjo sound available to all guitarists.
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Ashbury produces high quality traditional and acoustic instruments, including acoustic and electro acoustic guitars, and bass guitars, autoharps, fiddles, mandolins, banjos and ukuleles.

The range is designed for the beginner to semi-professional player, offering very playable instruments with high specifications for the best price. Ashbury instruments make an excellent and affordable upgrade from any entry-level instrument, and are constantly being examined and perfected to offer the best possible value in quality and materials.