Banjo plays a huge part in folk and bluegrass music styles, being even considered by many experts as the single most important. The most common is the five-string banjo, with four-stringers also being quite prominent. There are many other variants and variations out there, made with more or less success. Jay Turser`s Banjos series has six models, with standard four and five-stringers comprising the lion`s share of the lineup. JTBN-306, however, rocks six-string construction and is aimed at guitar players who have trouble adjusting to different string count and tuning. Main features include an all-mahogany resonator, 30-bracket rim, coated Remo head, set-in mahogany neck (18th fret neck joint), rosewood fingerboard (19 banjo frets, white binding, dot inlays)< maple/rosewood bridge, and die-cast tuning machines.
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