Plays like a guitar – sounds like a banjo!
This Jameson 6 String Banjo Guitar, full scale six string banjo lets you tune and play it like a guitar, but it sounds like a banjo. A fast and easy way for anyone to start playing. You will be impressed by the quality and sound.
Beautiful wood grains on a mahogany resonator & neck, a maple bridge, and the chrome-plated armrest are just a few of the many features usually found on much more expensive models.
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What Real Customers Have To Say…
Pretty damn happy with this banji-tar!
I have a cowboy show and it makes my life a lot easier not having to learn another stringed instrument. Nice looking wood backing
A mahogany resonator and neck with a 7 ply maple & mahogany shell and a stunning high-gloss finish. All the features you would expect (and more) at a great price
Features 24 brackets, a maple bridge, an adjustable hinged tailpiece and a chrome plated armrest. Not only does the Jameson banjo sound great, it looks great too!
This full-size banjo is great for players of any age or ability. It has never been this affordable to play a quality 6 String Banjo Guitar. Whether you are pro, a weekend warrior, a hobbyist or a beginner: Start playing your favorite songs right away!
This product exceeded my expectations.
I am a guitar player struck with “banjo envy” but realized that the art of banjo playing takes a lot of practice and time. Hence, talking to banjo experts, I was surprised and pleased to learn of “6 string” banjos tuned just like a guitar. I looked at several stores for 5 string banjos (no store had 6 string) and had sticker shock, so I went to the internet. There are a lot of banjos out on the net and most of the cheaper ones had mediocre reviews. I saw this 6 string banjo on Amazon (Musicians Discount Warehouse). At the time, it had no reviews, but the same brand (Jameson-Davison) 5 string banjo on Amazon had great reviews, which is pretty good for a $135 banjo.
When the banjo arrived, it was all assembled and nicely adjusted. Tuning it was not a hardship as it was already well strung. Every aspect of its construction was quality and it just looked beautiful. I took it to my Folk Singing club and had real banjo players and musicians look at it and, they were duly impressed. The action is just a little high (I like it the way it is), but most banjos have a high action. However, if you want to lower the action, it’s relatively easy to do as it has an adjustable brace for the neck. It comes with the wrenches needed for the brace and the resonator.
This 6 String Banjo Guitar, I believe, is underpriced at $149.95 and may be sold this cheap to get some sales action and reviews so that later they can up the price. It goes for $229.95 as it is at the Musicians Discount Warehouse site. They claim its use to sell for $449.95 (I believe it). In terms of what I was looking for, this was it.
As you can see, this is a very good 6 String Banjo Guitar at an exceptional price. If you are looking for your first 6 string banjo then this one is definitely for you.
The 6 strings make this banjo the best fit for guitar players as it is very similar to it and makes it easy to get used to and play.