Morgan Monroe MNB-1W Banjo

$524.95

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.

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About this banjo

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. It has all the features that you are looking for including a rolled brass tone ring, a 1 piece press flange, chrome hardware, Mother of Pearl inlay position markers, 3 ply maple rim, Ashton Bailey planetary tuning keys, a geared 5th peg, rosewood fretboard and great sound, all for a price that is surprisingly low. Of course you get the Morgan Monroe as long as you live warranty.

Banjo Specifications

Model: MNB-1W
Brackets: 24
Resonator: Mahogany
Rim: 3 Ply Maple
Neck: Mahogany
Fretboard:  Rosewood
Bridge: 5/8” Maple/Ebony
Flange: 1 Piece Press
Head: 11” High Crown Remo Frosted Weatherking
Tone Ring: Rolled Brass
Tension Hoop: Notched
Coordinator Rod: Single
Hardware: Nickel plated
Tailpiece: Adjustable
Nut: Bone 1 1/4”
Fret Markers: Floral
Inlay: Mother Of Pearl
Peghead: Black Overlay/ Floral Inlay
Tuners: Ashton Bailey planetary
Binding: Ivroid
Scale length: 27 1/2”
Armrest: Chrome
Finish: High Gloss
Warranty: Lifetime Warranty

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Weight 15.7 lbs
Dimensions 42.2 x 16 x 6.4 in
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