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The banjo ukulele is recognized for its distinctive tone and ability to project sound in solo and ensemble settings. The banjo ukulele was originally designed by Alvin Keech in 1917 and was popularized by musicians such as George Formby and Roy Smeck. George Harrison favored the instrument in later years and recorded his song “Any Road” on banjo uke.
With its light weight and low profile, the G7th Newport allows for fast, accurate capoing with fine tune adjustment - in position - on the fretboard of your instrument.An advancement...
Love soprano uke tone but finding that the shorter scale is cramping your style? The G9100-L Soprano Long-Neck is just what the uke doctor ordered. With a 15” scale and...
012 016 018 DY22 28 32 38 50. Works well for 8-string lap or pedal steel.
Dark, Dirty, Hard Rockin' Sound. The preeminent harp on the market designed for blues music, this harp is engineered for consistent volume and tone when used for intense blues playing....
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