A Bluegrass Banjo You Can Afford!
Add volume and punch to your sound with the Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe 5-string resonator banjo! Not all banjos are built the same. Banjos that sport resonator backs will give you more volume and a brighter sound. These banjo characteristics are usually associated with bluegrass music. You'll love the tone of the maple rim with a mahogany neck and resonator on the G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe. The resonator features a deluxe flower inlay. The easy playing neck is comfortable and stable. Geared tuners ensure stability for all tunings. A Remo coated head provides great response and plucky sound. Get into the world of banjo with the Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe!
Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe 5-string Resonator Banjo at a Glance:
- Traditional banjo styling and tone
- Get that classic bluegrass sound with a resonator-backed banjo
- This traditional acoustic instrument celebrates Gretsch's roots in American music
Gretsch started building banjos over 120 years ago. Needless to say, they know a thing or two about making them. The Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe resonator banjo brings that extensive knowledge together with modern production techniques to build a great banjo. You'll love the resonator-backed tones, vintage looks, and the great feel of a classic 5-string resonator banjo. The G9400 Deluxe features a beautiful flower inlay on the resonator and large snowflake inlays on the fretboard.Get that classic bluegrass sound with a resonator-backed banjo
When you want that traditional bluegrass banjo sound, you need a banjo with a resonator. The mahogany resonator on the Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe gives you a brighter tone usually associated with bluegrass. A 3-ply maple rim gives your tone punch and sass. Reach your audience better with the increased volume and projection from this resonator backed banjo.This traditional acoustic instrument celebrates Gretsch's roots in American music
Part of their Roots collection, the Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe resonator banjo gives you a chance to own one of Gretsch's earliest instruments. Everyone knows Gretsch electric guitars and drums, but did you know that they got their start in 1883 as a banjo company? It wasn't long before Gretsch was making mandolins, ukuleles, and eventually flat-top guitars, contributing to the very roots of American music. So when you pick up a Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe, you're holding more than a great banjo, you're holding a piece of American music history.Gretsch G9400 Broadkaster Deluxe 5-string Resonator Banjo Features:
- Great-playing and affordable resonator banjo
- Mahogany neck and resonator provide classic banjo tones
- Maple rim provided detail and punch to your tone
- Perfect for bluegrass and folk music
- Mahogany Resonator with deluxe inlay
- Coated Remo banjo head
- Geared 5th-string tuner for tuning accuracy