Best Banjos 2019


This is a list of the most Popular & Top 5 Rated Banjos you can buy online for the money,
according to the customer reviews and ratings!



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Pyle Banjo

Description:
The Pyle PBJ60 five-string banjo features the classic, traditional-style binding design. The rich wood and high-gloss finish is accented with white jade machine head tuner key pegs and chrome-plated hardware.
Reviews & Ratings:
(On Amazon)
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars
  • 90 Reviews
  • 24 Answered Questions
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Jameson Banjo

Description:
This full scale six string banjo lets you tune and play it like a guitar, but it sounds like a banjo. A fast and easy way for anyone to start playing. You will be impressed by the quality and sound
Reviews & Ratings:
(On Amazon)
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars
  • 163 Reviews
  • 59 Answered Questions
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Deering Banjo

Description:
The American-made Goodtime banjo features a slender, rock maple neck, 3-ply maple rim, sealed geared tuners, and an adjustable tailpiece. The natural, blond maple is finished in elegant satin and the metal parts are nickel plated. The single coordinator rod makes adjustments easy and positive. The maple and ebony bridge sits on an easy to adjust 11 inch, top-frosted head.
Reviews & Ratings:
(On Amazon)
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars
  • 81 Reviews
  • 21 Answered Questions
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Name:

Resoluute Banjo

Description:
he Resoluute Five String Resonator Banjo is a basic full featured beginner banjo. Experience the high quality materials and workmanship for yourself!
Reviews & Ratings:
(On Amazon)
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars
  • 151 Reviews
  • 23 Answered Questions
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Jameson Guitars Banjo

Description:
This full scale 5 string banjo from Jameson Guitars has all the features you''d expect on a much more expensive banjo. This impressive looking banjo plays great and sounds even better. Whether you're a seasoned musician or just starting out, this banjo will be a perfect addition to any collection.
Reviews & Ratings:
(On Amazon)
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 780 Reviews
  • 122 Answered Questions
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Banjos

The true American Banjo was invented around 1831 by a fellow named Joel Sweeney. He took the ole West Africa four stringed Banjar and added the fifth string and made it a higher pitch than the others and right next to the lowest pitched string. By 1940 the five string banjo was starting to loose its popularity. Most of the banjo players who remained playing on the radio were billed as a single act. Then in 1945 on the Grand Ole Opry, Earl Scruggs introduced what is known as Scruggs Style Picking. His style spread rapidly and within two years the demand for the five string banjo increased dramatically. Today you can even hear the banjo on the country stations.
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