The Savannah SB-106 is a 6-string banjo with large frets and a short scale, making it easier to play, similar to a guitar. Maple construction brings quality construction to an affordable banjo.
This new Rover® RB-115G combines all the best features of two popular instruments for the player who wants something new and different! Any guitarist can instantly get that distinctive banjo sound without having to learn any new technique.
The Recording King Madison 6-string banjo (RK-G25-BR) is the perfect combination of guitar-style playability with banjo appointments. Based on the banjo designs of the best-selling Madison series RK-R25, the Madison 6-string is assembled with a maple resonator, tube-and-plate style 2-piece flange, and dual coordinator rods.
The Boston 6 String banjo is tuned like a guitar so guitar players can instantly start playing this type of banjo. It has big resonant bass notes that you don't find on a 5-string banjo, and also crisp highs for that beautiful banjo tone.
Deering Banjos introduces a new 6-string version of the innovative Eagle II banjo. The Eagle II banjo is among the most versatile banjos available for all genres of music.
The Phoenix 6 String banjo has a beautiful organic tone that results in warm and well-rounded full notes. When amplified, these characteristics are enhanced by a combination of brilliant highs via the piezo pickup and warm mid range from the Kavanjo®.
Perfect for guitar players, this banjo is tuned like a guitar (E,A,D,G,B,E) the D-6 is a professional banjo that is heavier than the B-6 with the full rim and tone ring design of a bluegrass banjo.
For guitar players, the top of the line is the MB-6. Now you can play banjo with the same chords and fingering you already know. It's great for those songs that would sound better if played on a banjo.