Fenders Rustler six-string closed-back banjo is perfect for guitarists who want to get perfectly sparkling banjo sound in a comfortably familiar six-string format. Features include a resonant closed-b... Click To Read More About This Product
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Fenders Rustler six-string closed-back banjo is perfect for guitarists who want to get perfectly sparkling banjo sound in a comfortably familiar six-string format. Features include a resonant closed-back mahogany body with an elegant three-color sunburst finish, 24-piece bracket, rolled-brass tone ring with chrome plating, mahogany neck with 22-fret rosewood fingerboard and distinctive Fender headstock shape, and die-cast tuners.
6-string format for instant playability
Warm mahogany body and neck
Comfortable rosewood fingerboard
Body Shape: Banjo
Body Back: Laminated Mahogany
Body Sides: Laminated Mahogany
Body Finish: Gloss
Number of Frets: 22
Position Inlays: Dot Position Markers
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Finish: Gloss
Nut Width: 1.75" (44.45 mm)
Scale Length: 25" (63.5 cm)
Bridge: Maple with Rosewood Tip
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Unique Features: Closed back, rolled brass chrome plated tone ring- 24 piece bracket, Three-color Sunburst finish, die-cast machine heads, Rustler and Fender mother of pearl acryllic logos and Fender headstock shape
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Pick this up from the Fairfax VA store. I've been wanting that banjo twang for a while for a bunch of tunes, but never have time to learn proper banjo. With it's guitar tuning, this is easy to pick up and play and has a great sound. After shopping around, this is really the best quality instrument of its type. The Dean simply doesn't compare. I slapped an EMG Banjo pickup on it too. I highly recommend it.
WOW, I really like this Fender Rustler 6-String Banjo I picked up at Guitar Center on Stevens Creek in San Jose. The customer service was 5 stars with helping me pick the right banjo sheep skin strap and installing it right on the spot. I will always go to Guitar Center on Stevens Creek in San Jose and buy all my musical equipment and supplies. All my hillbilly friends dig my new banjo and say you can?t beat that six string banjo sound in the day or in the moonshine.