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Barnes & Mullins Banjolele

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Exquisite mahogany banjo ukulele from Barnes & Mullins, offering great tone and playability, featuring a mahogany neck and resonator alongside a rosewood fingerboard. This is a high quality instrument, perfect for ether the Banjo lovers or the Ukulele lovers who want to try their hand at something a little different. The Banjo Ukulele, also known as the Banjolele, was made famous by George Formby and his song When I'm Cleaning Windows. This quirky little instrument may look like fun but it has been crafted with seriousness and to the highest quality. A great quality Banjo Uke.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Colour N/A
Delivery Time Normally 1-3 Working Days
Manufacturers Guarantee 1 Year
Type Banjolele
Strings 4
Strings Type Guy Nylon
Strings Fitted Aquila
Top Maple
Top Type Laminate
Back and Sides Mahogany
Tuners Geared Tuners
Neck Agathis
Fingerboard Rosewood
Bridge Rosewood
Machine Heads Chrome Die-Cast
Nut ABS White
Saddle N/A
Length 660mm
Scale Length 345mm
Included Accessories N/A
Manufacturer Barnes and Mullins

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