The Barnes & Mullins ‘Rathbone’ Banjo is a handsome 5 string banjo named after Rathbone Place, the London home of Messrs Barnes and Mullins in the early 1900s. It is of a traditional construction with a mahogany resonator and a striking Remo-made Black head. This model is also available with an electronic pickup system.
Fingerboard: Ovengkol Rim:
Mahogany Tone Ring: Rolled Brass
Head: Remo Black
Bracket Qty: 24
Machineheads: Geared, Planetary Style