Bluegrass Resonator Banjos
Bluegrass banjos are designed for bluegrass music but are sometimes used for other types of music as well. The resonator on the back re-directs sound toward the front of the banjo, making it significantly louder. Resonators also help to create a tone that is deeper and more complex, a characteristic of bluegrass banjos.
Five-string banjos that lack a resonator are referred to as “open back” banjos, frequently played in “clawhammer” style, while finger picks are normally used to play bluegrass banjos.
1926 Gibson TB3 5 string Banjo conversion with Pre War Gibson 40 Hole Tone Ring
1927 Gibson TB3 5 string conversion Banjo with Original Raised Head No Hole Tone Ring
RARE Deluxe Edition 1960's Fender Concertone Banjo with Factory Scruggs Tuners, Engraving and Geared 5th string Peg.
Gorgeous Blonde Conrad Denver Belle Clone Made in Japan.
Super Clean 1978 Stelling Whitestar 5 string Banjo with Original Case. Bluegrass Powerhouse!!
Super Cool Vintage ODE Style C 5 string Banjo with Archtop Case. MADE IN USA.
1981 Stelling Staghorn, Flagship Model of the Stelling Line. All Original and Very Clean with Original Hardshell Case
1984 Stelling 10th Anniversary Masterpiece 5 string Banjo Gold Plated and Engraved
Incredible Playing and Sounding and Rare 1989 Rich era RB250. This has the Kulesh Senior AFP Tone Ring and a Deluxe Gibson Hardshell Case. Super Cool.
This model was the precursor to the Deering Sierra and is a Banger for the Price. Includes Hardshell Case.