B300 is currently the most expensive and the most exclusive banjo in Ibanez catalog. It costs pretty affordable $499 and offers the traditional construction, design and tone. Some of its highlight features include a 22-fret fingerboard, five-string construction and special fingerboard and hand rest inlays.
The body of this intermediate-class banjo is made of rosewood resonator, basswood block rim and a traditional head. The body is encased in a standard metal rim and is topped with a classic bridge unit (movable bridge and anchored tailpiece). The neck comes with a dovetail joint and a nicely rounded profile. It is made of mahogany and has a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard on top (banjo-sized frets, standard 1.26" wide string nut, flat radius, custom vine inlay across the frets).
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