A dulcimer banjo is actually an Appalachian dulcimer that is modified by adding a vibrating diaphragm to the main body of the instrument. Such a change affects both the sound and volume of the instrument and works according to the active principle of the traditional banjo. Although banjo is an independent instrument based on a guitar, similar to a stringed instrument. With a round base as a membrane and the four to five strings attached it plays an important role. Here at Heartland Dulcimer Banjo composed of 13 solid rosewood staves. Find a great collection that defines your musical skills and artistic ability.
The shell of our Heartland Dulcimer Banjo consists of 13 solid walnut staves. Neck and headstock are made of walnut wood. Best quality 4: 1 banjo tuner for this banjo. Fingerboard and bridge of this banjo are made of walnut wood. The scale length for this instrument is 648 mm. Massive spruce top with beautifully engraved rosette. The frets are arranged like an Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer on a diatonic scale. Add to that the infamous “6 1/2” band just below the octave range, allowing a game in Ionian mode. It has four string curves, which are loop end strings: one wound string on top, one unwound middle string, and two unwound strings tuned in unison. Many polls work, but we recommend the traditional DADD to make recording and playing easier. Comes with padded gigbag and extra string set.