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Dean Backwoods 3 Banjo
your price $ 269 / Retail-374 / Mahogany Rim & Resonator  / click here for more info and pictures

Dean Backwoods 5 Banjo
your price $ 399 / Retail-624 / Mahogany Rim & Resonator  / click here for more info and pictures

Dean Backwoods 6 Banjo
your price $ 299 / Retail-439 / Mahogany Rim & Resonator  / click here for more info and pictures

 

Dean Backwoods 7 Banjo
your price $ 569 / Retail-874 / Flame Maple Rim & Resonator / click here for more info and pictures

OB5 Banjo. Oscar Schmidt OB5 Banjo
your price $289/ Retail-379 / 5 string Banjo with Remo head click here for more info & pictures

Tyler Mountain TM5-50 Banjo
your price $269 / Retail-379 / 5-String Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TM5-60 Banjo
your price $319 / Retail-469 / 5-String Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TM5-70 Banjo
your price $329 / Retail-495 / 5-String Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TM5-80 Banjo
your price $499 / Retail-895 / 5-String Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TM5-90 Banjo
your price $679 / Retail-1195 / 5-String Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMBM-100 Banjo Mandolin
your price $249 / Retail-325 / Banjo Mandolin  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMBR-100 Banjo Tamborine
your price $259 / Retail-339 / Banjorine Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMBU-100 Banjo
your price $249 / Retail-325 / Banjo Ukulele  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMBU-200 Banjo
your price $291 / Retail-389 / Banjo Ukulele  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMG-60 Banjo
your price $299 / Retail-399 / 6-String Guitar Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMG-70 Banjo
your price $419 / Retail-559 / 6-String Guitar Banjo  Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMP-60 Banjo
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Tyler Mountain TMP-85 Banjo
your price $599 / Retail-799 / Banjo Click Here For More Info, Colors, & Pictures

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Tyler Mountain TMT-60 Banjo
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Tyler Mountain TMT-85 Banjo
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Washburn B9 Banjo
your price $289 / retail-$379 / Mahogany resonator / Chrome standard tailpiece click here for more info & pictures

B14 Banjo. Washburn B14 Banjo
your price $449 / retail-$749 / Remo high tension head / Tension Tailpiece click here for more info & pictures

Washburn B16 Banjo
your price $659 / retail-$1099 / Flamed maple resonator / Tension Tailpiece click here for more info & pictures

Washburn B17 Banjo
your price $869 / retail-$1449 / Flamed maple resonator / Tension Tailpiece click here for more info & pictures

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About The Banjo

The banjo is a stringed instrument, derived from the "banjar", a stringed instrument of American origins, sometimes called the "gourd banjo". The banjar, in turn was based on the African "akonting". Some etymologists derive it from a dialectal pronunciation of "bandore", though recent research suggests that it may come from a Senegambian term for the bamboo stick used for the instrument's neck.
The modern banjo comes in a variety of different forms, including four- (plectrum and tenor banjos) and five-string versions. In almost all of its forms the banjo's playing is characterized by a fast strumming or arpeggiated right hand, although there are many different playing styles.
    A number of hybrid instruments exist, crossing the banjo with other stringed instruments. Most of these use the body of a banjo, often with a resonator, and the neck of the other instrument. Examples include the guitar banjo, the banjo mandolin and the banjo ukulele or banjolele. These were especially popular in the early decades of the twentieth century, and were probably a result of a desire either to allow players of other instruments to jump on the banjo bandwagon at the height of its popularity, or to get the natural amplification benefits of the banjo resonator in an age before electric amplification. Instruments using the five-string banjo neck on a wooden body (for example, that of a bouzouki or resonator guitar) have also been made, though these are not so common.


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