Elderly’s Elden Kelly talks about the 6-string banjo and plays examples from Vega, Deering, Gold Tone, and Gretsch.
June 07, 2016
Elderly Instruments’ Elden Kelly discusses the history of the 6-string banjo. Tuned like a guitar, the 6-string banjo is a versatile and fun instrument, suitable for a variety of styles. In this video, Elden demonstrates examples made by Vega, Deering, Gold Tone, and Gretsch.
Check out all of Elderly’s 6-string banjos here.
See more great mandolins, guitar, banjos, fiddle, dobros, and ukuleles at Elderly.com.
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