The Rocky Top RT-TB-17 tenor banjo is perfect for Celtic music. The 17-fret tenor banjo is most commonly thought of as the “Irish tenor” and is tuned G,D,A,E (4th to 1rst fret) and has a scale length of 21”.
The Rocky Top RT-TB-19 tenor banjo is perfect for any folk player But this 19-fret tenor banjo can be used for Traditional Jazz (Dixieland) and Irish music as well. This is a 4 string banjo and is usually tuned C,G,D,A (4th to 1st fret).
If you want to learn how to play 5 string banjo, the Rocky Top RT-B15 is a great place to start. This banjo has features that are typically only found in banjos costing much more, such as open geared tuning machines, and maple neck.
MNB-1 Banjo The MNB-1 is most popular banjo in the Morgan Monroe line and may well be the biggest bang for the buck in Banjoland! This MNB-1 offers the uncompromising quality of a professional banjo worthy of the Morgan Monroe name.
The Morgan Monroe MB-9 Duelington Deluxe is our Top of the Line banjo. The Duelington combines aesthetic beauty with precision craftsmanship for a world class banjo that is truly a pleasure to see, hear and own.
Morgan Monroe is a subsidiary brand of SHS International who has been serving the retail musical instrument market for over 26 years. Morgan Monroe banjos, mandolins and guitars have the distinction of successfully competing in the world bluegrass market since the late 90’s. We combine hand crafted details and state of the art computer assisted designs to bring you some of the best playing and sweetest sounding instruments available at any price. Our products range from the affordable Rocky Top mandolins and banjos that offer first time and intermediate players a great value plus a 10-year warranty, to our elite Morgan Monroe instrument line which includes guitars, banjos and mandolins. These instruments are built for discerning players and carry a standard Lifetime Warranty. Using quality parts like Grover keys, Fishman electronics, northern Sitka spruce, premium South American mahogany, highly figured flamed maple and east Indian rosewood means each piece starts with great materials which, in the end, is the difference between something good and something great.