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on Sep 10, 2021

Excellent beginner banjo. Stays in tune. Nice finish.

on Jun 21, 2021

This is the first Banjo I have ever owned. I am just learning to play. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on something I wasn't sure I would like. This Banjo came in very good shape and quality looks good. I sure there are better ones out there but you can't beat it for the price.

on Jun 03, 2021

Love my banjo but I still can't play, practice makes perfect though (still trying) the sound from this banjo is great even though I can't really play

on May 07, 2021

Other than a couple of minor complaints I couldn't be happier. The product shipped ontime and only needed a few small tweaks to make playable. Absolutely reccomend.

on Apr 12, 2021

I GOT ONE!!!!! YAY!!!!!!

on Mar 30, 2021

Unfortunately I can't review this, I got it as a gift. The son in law seems pretty happy with it.

on Mar 27, 2021

Totally solid, works, adjustable, loud, easy to set up (I tweaked the truss and the separate angle of the neck with the behind-drum adjuster. Amazing for the price

on Mar 16, 2021

I had to adjust the position of the bridge to proper specs to tune it, but wow! I am very pleased with this instrument.

on Mar 09, 2021

Very interesting banjolele. Should be fun to play.

on Dec 26, 2020

Arrived QUICK; looks great, feels substantial not cheap. Time will tell, but it seems to be a quality instrument. If you ever want to send me a free instrument to try out, feel free!

on Dec 19, 2020

We bought this for a Christmas Gift but trying it out it's awesome..it will be a great gift for sure...we're so happy we ordered from GlarryMusic.com

on Nov 07, 2020

Wonderful. This has brought me so much joy!

on Nov 03, 2020

Wow. This is a great instrument. It arrived in perfect condition, thanks to the great packing in molded Styrofoam and cardboard. I couldn't be more pleased. This is my third Glarry instrument. I am more impressed with Glarry than I am with any other guitar company that I know of, offering a comparable and greater price range for their instruments. I'll be ordering again soon. Thank you.

on Oct 29, 2020

I'm learning to play it now. It sounds just like the ones on the radio. I can't be more impressed, thank you!

on Oct 01, 2020

Recieved this in a timely manner. This is the second Glarry instrument I have purchased. The 5 string bass was very nice all around. This Banjo has a couple of issues however. Overall very nice. There are two minor problems. One is the fret ends are a little rough. Not terrible and is an easy fix. There are three spots where the finish is less than ideal. Two spots look like there was a flaw in the wood on the sides of the resonator. Looks like they were filled with wood filler but then not sand ...

on Aug 17, 2020

I'm determined to learn this instrument, the problem being I play left handed. So some minor modifications made and the strings reversed, I am now learning Banjo!

on May 26, 2020

I would never have believed I could get a product this good for this price. I've been a guitarist since the age of five, but always had trouble remembering chord formations on other string instruments. This let me bypass the problem with a really fantastic sound. Even allows claw hammer on a six string with a sound I craved.

The upper part of the banjo is shaped like a guitar, and the lower part is shaped like a tambourine, with 4 strings, 5 strings or 6 strings. The 5 strings banjo is mainly popular.

The banjo is not an easy instrument to play and requires a lot of patience and practice. When playing a banjo, you need to use your fingers or a wooden stick to make a sound. It has a unique tone, but the volume is not loud. Therefore, a wooden resonator can be added to the back of the banjo body to expand the sound, which greatly improves the sound quality and enhances the reverberation of the sound.

Just like the legendary black American music culture, the story of the banjo itself has long been integrated into the American music culture tradition. The banjo was played by European colonists and African slaves a long time ago.