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Satin black laminated basswood rim. Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and white dot inlays. 19 frets. 10 brackets. Remo Weatherking head. Maple and rosewood bridge. Chrome hoop and tailpiece. Chrome open geared machine heads with Waverley style steel buttons.
Classic satin black.
The Banjo ukulele is patterned after banjolele from the 1920s and 1930s—the height of the instrument's popularity. The Banjo ukulele has a Remo Weatherking head with a loud and resounding projection.
HEAD: Remo Weatherking®
BACK & SHELL: Five-Ply Maple
FINISH: Black Satin
The banjo ukulele is recognized for its distinctive tone and ability to project sound in solo and ensemble settings. The banjo ukulele was originally designed by Alvin Keech in 1917 and was popularized by musicians such as George Formby and Roy Smeck. George Harrison favored the instrument in later years and recorded his song “Any Road” on banjo...