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Tenor Firefly Banjo Ukulele
Tenor scale Firefly banjolele, American made
Firefly Banjo Ukulele (Maple only)


 
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Brand new with unique internally tunable design using an 8" Remo banjo head and steel tone ring.

  • Solid hard maple neck and fingerboard; Laminated maple pot
  • 17" Scale; 18 Frets; Overall length 25.5"; Rim diameter 9.75"; Weight 2 lbs
  • Standard Grover friction tuners; Optional Peghed geared tuners; Optional pickup
price: $389.00


Tuning

  
Electronics

Open to Source Sensors internal pickup [+$85.00]
Peghed Tuner Upgrade

Upgrade to Peghed internally geared tuners [+$75.00]
Gig Bag, Tenor Firefly

Softshell Gig Bag, navy [+$59.00]

 

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Most comfortable tenor banjo uke ever July 16, 2017
Reviewer: Steve from Minnesota  
Just about all of the tenor banjo ukes out there are heavy monstrosities with all these J hooks that dig into your arm and legs.  So when I saw this new Tenor Firefly Banjo Uke design and just knew I had to order one.  I was not disappointed.  The sound is what you would expect if you have ever played one of the smaller Fireflys, though a bit warmer from the longer scale length.  But the body is what makes this special.  It is just so comfortable to hold, with nothing digging into your legs or arms.  The neck was quite well done, with good fret ends, and a very flat fretboard with no high frets or buzzing.  My one complaint would be that after the frets were leveled on this instrument there are about 6 or 8 or them that really should have been recrowned, as the tops of these were filed quite flat.

All in all a very nice instrument.  I can’t imagine anyone looking for a tenor banjo uke not falling in love with it.


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