Barnes & Mullins BJ400 Rathbone 5 String Banjo

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  • Based on Early 1900s Barnes & Mullins Banjos
  • Mahogany Resonator and Neck
  • Mahogany Laminate Rim
  • Rolled Brass Tone Ring
  • Geared Machine Heads

Barnes & Mullins BJ400 Rathbone 5 String Banjo

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The BJ400 'Rathbone' is named after London street Rathbone Place. It was here at the start of the 1900s that Albert Mullins and Samuel Bowley Barnes began producing some of the finest banjos ever known. The BJ400 offers players both quality and visual impact - the black Remo banjo head ensures that heads will be turned.



Product Ref: 37604

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Originally established in London in the early 1900s, Barnes & Mullins became one of the most famous names associated with high quality banjos. Today, the company reissues some of its most popular models. These instruments allow today's musicians to enjoy a fantastic high quality banjo at an affordable price, developed with the same expertise and attention to detail as they were over 100 years ago.

The Barnes & Mullins BJ400 'Rathbone' 5 string banjo combines outstanding quality with a unique and striking appearance. A low action and quick neck make this banjo a joy to play. It features a closed back mahogany resonator to deliver an authentic, punchy bluegrass tone with a genuine Remo black banjo head. Geared machine heads ensure improved tuning stability. The BJ400 also features a rolled brass tone ring to improve the volume and projection of the instrument.

Features & Specifications

  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Resonator: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Rim: Mahogany Laminate
  • Tone Ring: Rolled Brass
  • Brackets: 24 pcs
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Head: Remo Black
  • Machineheads: Geared