5 String Resonator Beginner Banjo with 24 Brackets | Closed

The Resoluute Five String Resonator Banjo is a basic full featured beginner banjo . It has a solid mahogany closed back that can be removed if you would like to play without it, and the maple fingerboard is beautiful, smooth, and easy to play on. Twenty four brackets keep the head tension even, and the Remo drumhead maximizes the sound and impact. It comes mostly assembled, and all you need to do upon delivery is tighten the brackets with the included wrench and you’re ready to play. We included an exclusive bonus beginner banjo manual with a chord chart to help you get started on your banjo journey.

5 String Resonator Beginner Banjo with 24 Brackets | Closed Back and Geared 5th Tuner | Resoluute

Price: $112.99

The Full Scale Davison RW Jameson 5-String Banjos are built with slim, fast necks for easy playing up and down the neck, as well as adjustable truss rods and a broad range of specifications to fit your needs. Look at these features: 3-ply Maple Rim
# Mahogany Resonator with thumb screws
# Mahogany Neck
# Rosewood Fretboard
# 24 Brackets
# Nickel plated armrest
# Solid Resonator Back (multi-piece)
# 5/8″ Hard Maple Bridge — We are impressed by these full scale banjos at this great price and we are sure you will be too!

5-String Banjo 24 Bracket with Closed Solid Back and Geared 5th Tuner By Jameson Guitars

The Full Scale Davison RW Jameson 5-String Banjos are built with slim, fast necks for easy playing up and down the neck, as well as adjustable truss rods and a broad range of specifications to fit your needs. Look at these features: 3-ply Maple Rim
# Mahogany Resonator with thumb screws
# Mahogany Neck
# Rosewood Fretboard
# 24 Brackets
# Nickel plated armrest
# Solid Resonator Back (multi-piece)
# 5/8″ Hard Maple Bridge — We are impressed by these full scale banjos at this great price and we are sure you will be too!

5-String Banjo 24 Bracket with Closed Solid Back and Geared 5th Tuner By Jameson Guitars

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