Recording King Bluegrass Series RK-R20 Songster Banjo

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A great beginning resonator model.

With its sharp attack and minimal sustain, the Bluegrass Series RK-R20 Songster Banjo is a great beginning resonator model. The banjo features an inlaid mother-of-pearl peghead inlay and heart-shaped position markers, plus a rolled brass, hoop tone ring, planetary tuners, and a bound rosewood fretboard. Case sold separately.

Features
  • Laminated Maple Rim
  • Mahogany Neck
  • Mahogany Veneer Resonator
  • 1-Piece Nickel-Plated Flange
  • 24 Brackets
  • Rolled Brass Tone Ring
  • Single Coordinator Rods
  • Bound Rosewood Fretboard
  • M.O.P. Floral Fretboard Inlay
  • M.O.P. Vine Peghead Inlay
  • Rosewood Peghead Overlay
  • 4-Ply Ivoroid Heel Cap
  • Kershner Tailpiece
  • Nickel-Plated Hardware
  • REMO Fiberskyn Head
  • Notched Hoop
  • Nut Width: 1-3/16"
  • Head Size: 11", 7/16" height
  • Frets: 22
  • Total Length: 39"
  • Weight: 10.45 lb.
  • Case sold separately

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By Darryl Damitz

from Little York,Illinois

Comments about Recording King Bluegrass Series RK-R20 Songster Banjo:

This Banjo the rk20 Songster is getting praise from all my Bluegrass Buddies.I began playing banjo in Nov. 2008 and was playing my father-in-laws 1905 banjo that was not in to good of shape.I just wanted something to stay in tune and play somewhat consistant. Boy was I supprised with this Recording King. After setting it up to play this thing had punch. i've played it now for 3mo. and not one problem and the fit and finish perfect. If I need another Banjo or someone wants to know what Banjo to buy I would recomend the Recording King RK-R20 Songster in a NewYork min. But why should you listen to me? I've Played guitar since I was 10yrs. old,played pro. in country and rock bands,and run sound for many. I am now 56yrs. old and now repair inst. Hay, Play it loud and long injoy your creativity. Darryl

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