Named after the mischievous sprite from Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream, this petite harmonica has stainless steel covers and a plastic comb. Less than three inches long, the bright-sounding Puck is small enough to tuck into even the smallest shirt pocket!
In 1894, Mr Albert Mullins and Mr S. Bowley Barnes started The Jo, their famous musical instrument journal. Specialising in all things banjo, they soon began manufacturing their own banjos as well as importing many other instruments.
The original Barnes and Mullins banjos are still sought after today, with collectors seeking them out all over the world.
This is not a cheap and cheerful banjo-we already have these and they sell very well-see Countryman banjos section.
But if you are looking for a banjo that has a great deal of class, that will last you a long time and most importantly give the most superior sound then this is the model to go for.
Finishes in stunning all maple wood, this traditional four string TENOR style banjo is a very versatile instrument, suitable for many different types of music-
-Folk -Irish -Country and Western -Scottish Folk -Bluegrass
*18 Brackets *Maple Resonator *Maple Neck *Maple Fingerboard *Maple Rim *Maple and Rosewood Bridge *Chrome Tension hoop *Satin Finish *Geared Sealed machine heads with Ivory colour buttons
It is brand new and comes with 12 months warranty.
One of the most exciting developments in Harmonica tuning - the Bagpipe tuning! It is a double sided Harmonica, in the keys of A & D, the A side is tuned to mixolydian with a flattenned seventh, allowing you to play pipe tunes like never before.
Hohner have developed this attractive tremolo harmonica specially for playing (Scottish) highland bagpipe music. The wood body is coated with a special dark green lacquer, making it very sturdy. Its classic, robust cardboard case has a highly attractive decorative motif.
The Highlander harmonica, with its stainless steel cover plates, is perfect for giving voice to your favourite bagpipe tunes!
The Guitar Banjo is a very popular instrument especially with musicians who have previously learned to play guitar. It is often used for playing celtic-style music as it has a very good celtic style tone. The guitar banjo is tuned in much the same way as a guitar would be.
This banjo has a Remo Weatherking head held in place with a cast metal hoop, which is secured by 24 brackets, it has a 19 fret rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays and an adjustable truss rod running through the neck, the banjo head features mother of pearl effect sealed machine heads.
-Length 34" (86.5cm) -Width, at widest point 13" (33cm) -Depth, including the resonator 3.5" (9cm) -Neck circumference 5" (13cm) -Scale length 25" (64cm) -19 frets -Dot inlays
High gloss finish, this particular instrument is beautifully finished, and sounds superb.