Banjo Ukuleles

The Banjo Ukulele or Ukulele Banjo is also know as a Banjolele, Banjelele, Banjulele, Banjo Uke or Uke Banjo which are all derived from the Banjulele-Banjo which was introduced by Alvin D. Keech in the early 1900's. The instrument was very popular in the 1920's & 30's and combines the small scale, tuning, and playing style of the ukulele with the construction and tone of a banjo with nylon strings. It's most commonly tuned to GCEA (C Tuning) or ADF#B (D Tuning) which produces a more strident tone. The musical entertainer George Formby will be forever associated with the banjo ukulele.

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Deering Goodtime Tenor Banjo Ukulele, Secondhand

Deering Goodtime Tenor Banjo Ukulele, Secondhand
  • True Tenor Scale
  • 3-ply Violin Maple 12” Rim
  • 12” Renaissance Head
  • Aquila Super Nylgut Strings
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