Washburn Introduces the B7 Banjo

February 23, 2012
Washburn Guitars has been putting out high quality banjos since the late 1800’s, and continues to put the same level of quality into each instrument. The Washburn B7 Banjo is a perfect example of this, offering a stellar sound at an unbelievable price of $354.90.

This open-backed mahogany wonder gives off a warm, mellow sound with a cast aluminum tone ring and 18 tension brackets. It's perfect for fans of old-time banjo and clawhammer style. As with all Washburn banjos, the instrument comes with a Remo head. The bridge is made of a maple base with an ebony tip. The chrome tailpiece and hardware create a simple, yet pleasing look for the instrument. 
The brown stained gloss mahogany neck features a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays and chrome die cast tuners, completing a beautiful banjo that sounds great too. The B7 debuted at Winter NAMM 2012.

Washburn Guitars is owned by US Music Corp, located in Mundelein, IL. US Music Corp is an international music company that manufactures and distributes products worldwide under Washburn Guitars, Parker Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, Eden Electronics, Oscar Schmidt, Hagstrom, Jay Turser, Jay J, Warwick, Natal Drums, Phonic, Quik Lok, and Profile brand names. US Music Corp is a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.

For more information on Washburn Guitars, visit www.washburn.com.
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