The Barnes and Mullins UBJ2 Banjo Ukulele is a beautiful instrument. Barnes and Mullins started making banjos in 1894 and this follows the tradition of many banjo-ukes before it. You will find the scale and stringing of the UBJ2 to be the same as a ukulele. Although not as loud as its resonator equipped sibling ,the UBJ1, the tone produced is sweet and mellow. Furthermore, many of the original Barnes and Mullins banjos remain sought after today, with collectors seeking them out all over the world.
Style: Ukulele Banjo open back body
Size: 6 inches diameter
Dowel: Single Metal Dowel Rod
Bridge: Maple with Rosewood Tip
Bracket Qty: 10
Head: Remo Coated
Machineheads: Open Gear
What we say about the UBJ2:
Barnes and Mullins are specialist when it comes to folk instruments. Therefore it comes as no surprise to say that this banjo ukulele is a little beauty.