Written on: 04/06/2011
Really like my guitar banjo, especially after tweeking it by using allens wrench on truss rod and taking a little off both top and bottom of bridge. Used a flat metal wide finger nail file for bridge and made new grooves for strings with small kitchen knife. You might want to have your dealer do all of this for you if you feel a little aprehensive. Any way it made a world of difference in the playability and I even like the way it changed the sound. The strings sustain more and it doesn't… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2009 by bobjbrown (34 reviews written)
My Stagg BJM30G 6-string Guitar Banjo has an excellent folksy sound, that can be achieved without having to learn an entirely new instrument.
Plays like a guitar - sounds like a banjo.
Loud enough to work with ambient mike. This is a 6 string (guitar headstock and tuning) "bluegrass" banjo. ( I know, I know its not really a banjo , but thats what Stagg call it so I'm sticking with it)
Resonator is alloy on heavy mahogany base.
30 flat bracket hooks to hold resonator down.
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