Gold Tone Banjolele Review

The Gold Tone Banjolele is a small instrument that looks like a banjo and ukulele hybrid but has a sound that is truly unique and distinctive. The sound that comes out the instrument sounds enough like a banjo to be pleasant, but people hearing it will wonder what you're playing. It's a sound that will…

Trinity River Drifter-Series 5-String Banjo Review

This is a review of the Trinity River Drifter-Series 5-String Banjo. Parlor banjos can also be called travel banjos. They're characterized by their shorter scale and slimmer frame, which makes it easier for players to cart them around to various venues. They were actually called parlor banjos back in the day because they were played…

Gold Tone Cripple Creek Banjo Review

The Gold Tone Cripple Creek banjo is a 4-string instrument that is tuned to plectrum. It can easily be tuned to tenor with a change of strings, though. It's a beautiful instrument with unique characteristics. It's well-constructed with great woods and has a resonator for strong sounds. Check price on Amazon Specifications Hard maple construction…

Kay KBJ40 Tenor 4-String Banjo Review

This Kay KBJ40 Tenor 4-String Banjo is a beautiful instrument that just screams for use in an Irish band. It's called the Kay Irish Rose Tenor Banjo, so that's one of the many reasons you can be comfortable using this banjo for that kind of music. It's a 4-string tenor with a short neck. While…

Deering Goodtime 4-String Tenor Banjo Review

The Deering Goodtime 4-String Tenor Banjo is a beautiful instrument made entirely of maple with nickel-plated accents. It has 17 frets, 4 strings, and geared tuners. The Deering company is one that's been a trusted brand for many banjo players both new and seasoned. It's tuned for playing Jazz, Celtic, or Irish music. Check price…