The Bluesman’s banjolele is the most essential model of Waiz Banjo ukulele production.
The fretboard is removed and frets are put directly in the mahogany neck.
The body is composed by two different
woods, joint together: spanish cedar and
The mohogany neck gives strength to the
instrument and is hard enough to be used as fretboard.
Strings are attached to four nails put on
the side of the instrument.
|Body:||Spanish cedar and Mahogany|
Soprano: 330 mm (13″)
Concerto: 381 mm (15″)
Tenore: 432 mm (17″)
|Tuning pegs:||ebony, rosewood|
Soprano: 550x 202 x 35 mm
Concerto: 581 x 232 x 35 mm
Tenor: 625 x 232 x 35 mm
Soprano: 485 g
Concert: 580 g
Tenor: 625 g