In the 1920s Epiphone had a dozen of banjos in production, and in the early days of their initial creation Epiphone where at the forefront of banjo design, and here the MB-100 represents the low cost end of that legacy. Made from all mahogany and a Remo head!
A beautiful closed-back ukulele banjo from the historic London banjo makers of old. And where could this little beauty be more at home than in Wigan? This full resonant back ukulele is a superb choice for advancing ukulele players looking to follow in the footsteps of fellow Wigan ukulele legend George Formby, or for any banjo player looking for something...
Perfect for the guitarist looking for a different sound! This guitar banjo also has a guitar sized neck so that the switch from guitar to banjo is easier than ever and can be instantly comfortable to play. The Ozark 2103 even comes with a gig bag which makes this a practical, ready to gig instrument.
The Ozark 2143OG banjo is a professional quality open back banjo featuring flamed maple shell, neck and resonator in a warm orange finish. The ‘Whyte Laydie’ style tone ring contributes to the impressive volume and tone of this instrument. It also has a rosewood fingerboard with detailed inlays and gold plated, traditionally engraved hardware.
Epiphone presents the Mayfair 5-String Banjo, a recreation of the historic first generation masterpiece from the 1920s that helped to make the “House of Stathopoulo” one of the premier instrument makers in New York and around the world.
The Ozark 2104T is a great choice for a general workhorse banjo. Modelled on the pre-war design, it adopts a classic vintage feel and tone, but with a price tag that represents amazing value. The pot assembly is a sturdy one-piece die-cast shell and flange.