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posted on 2-2-2010 at 07:54 PM
6 String Banjo anyone? - TRIGGER PULLED!


I started some recordings last month with an old friend with whom
have recorded with in the past. He writes the songs and I arrange them.
We both play all the instruments and sing.

The last time we recorded we incorporated some mandolin and the music
kinda has a Indie rock, Alt-country, Folk rock feel to it. Some have even said
folk punk.

We want to take it a little further this time and use the mando more and also
incorporate a banjo. Kinda the Thrills meet REM-ish kinda thing. Since Neither
one of us knows how to play banjo I was considering a 6 string. I just so happens
that Kurt offers SX 6 string banjo's on his site.

I wanted to give ya' all a background of what I wanna do with it. We are
not bluegrass players at all although we will plant a few seeds.

So does anyone own, played or heard one of these in action. If so what
can I expect from it? ANY insight at all would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.rondomusic.com/country6vs.html




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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:00 PM


They are most commonly called a "gitjo" or a "banjitar"
I would suggest you find a banjo forum and ask your questions there.
The little I know about them is they are universally despised by banjo players (whether 4 or 5 string.)




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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:03 PM


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They are most commonly called a "gitjo" or a "banjitar"
I would suggest you find a banjo forum and ask your questions there.
The little I know about them is they are universally despised by banjo players (whether 4 or 5 string.)


I'm kinda scared to ask on a banjo forum now that you told me
the are dispised by those folks :(




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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:07 PM


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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:07 PM


seems like they would be a hoot for blues




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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:08 PM


Ok, sorry 'bout that.
Go to Woodsongs and download show #297.
The "Old Crow Medicine Show" has one as part of the band.
I can't think of anyone else who uses one.


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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:10 PM


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Ok, sorry 'bout that.
Go to Woodsongs and download show #297.
The "Old Crow Medicine Show" has one as part of the band.
I can't think of anyone else who uses one.


[Edited on 3-2-2010 by Mickey]


Gordie Johnson (ex-Big Sugar, now with Grady) has been known to use one. When he gave a guitar lecture here in town he was talking about how he uses them because it is the loudest "acoustic guitar" he could find. He even plays it in open D with a slide. Quite impressive.

EDIT: Here is a vid of him using it:



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posted on 2-2-2010 at 08:10 PM


here is a video showing the SX 6 string banjo. i want one!! ohno:








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posted on 2-2-2010 at 09:18 PM


I have one...a Dean Backwoods. They are a gas...here is a clip (excuse the playing)

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I have one...a Dean Backwoods. They are a gas...here is a clip (excuse the playing)

http://soundclick.com/share?songid=8113838


Dude!? Ya wanna come record with us? :dance:

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posted on 2-2-2010 at 10:17 PM


Biggest issue is that they are usually tuned like a guitar, which encourages "guitarish" licks - not "banjoish" licks. If you want to sound "authentic", the 6 string is probably not the way to go. If you want to get the sound but aren't concerned about nailing the style and you are OK with basically playing guitar riffs with more "pop" and "pluck", they rule.

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posted on 2-2-2010 at 10:39 PM


They have a couple of 6 string banjos at my local shop. I played around with them a couple times, and played with the thought of getting one, but decided I had enough to think about just playing my guitars.



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posted on 2-2-2010 at 10:41 PM


Joe Satriani has used a Deering 6 string for many moons now, as far back as the Flying In A Blue Dream
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posted on 2-2-2010 at 11:31 PM


I've got a 5-string banjo and I think a 6-string would be a good fit for what you're talking about playing. Certainly would be easier to adjust to vs a 5-string....

Rondo's price for the features ain't bad either compared to 5-string prices.




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posted on 3-2-2010 at 06:13 AM


Thanks for all the feedback folks. I'm gonna see if my local guitar shop has one I can try before I take the plunge. Thanks again.



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posted on 3-2-2010 at 10:17 AM


i had this exact "banjitar" a couple of years ago

action a little high, frets needed minor work...
other than that, good instrument for $119 (what they cost then)


experimented with different gauges for the lower E and A strings **
then tuned these up an octave
E - 24w
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D - 28w
G - 20w
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E - 11
also try DGDGBD tuning -- notice your 4th & 6th, and your 3rd & 5th strings will be the same note, but....

**banjos obviously don't have strings this low in pitch, and that's where the banjitar loses it for me --
so by tuning up an octave you avoid this, plus can get a drone-string effect (especially using the open-G tuning),
a familiar characteristic of that "banjo sound"





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posted on 3-2-2010 at 12:36 PM


I've been GASing for one, too. I'm only interested in playing it like a guitar, though -- just with that cool banjo tone to the chords.

Does anyone know if it takes regular acoustic guitar strings?
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... Does anyone know if it takes regular acoustic guitar strings?


yes -- acoustic strings are what you use

don't go too heavy though (stay with light or med light) --
the neck and especially bridge/tailpiece are still traditional banjo-like parts,
and were not designed to take heavier gauges




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I've got one and I think it's great! I have a 5 string also but I always use this one. I get asked to play banjo parts on non bluegrass types of music often. What's great is that I can play any music in concert key. With a 5 string it's a pain to play in most keys but the 6 string will do anything a guitar can do. You can't frail on it like a true bluegrass banjo but most people in an audience have no idea anyway, they just like the sound and don't ever bother to critique if it's "authentic" banjo playing. I have this SX 6 string with the cool star fret markers. The action was high and I had to make a neck adjustment that really helped. The neck radius is really flat so it won't play as easily as a guitar but overall I think it's a great instrument to have.



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Thanks TwangBar & Jazzhipcat, I think you guys have convinced me to pull the trigger.



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posted on 3-2-2010 at 07:52 PM


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I play a tenor banjo (4 banger), never tried a 6. As some have said, you'd get the timbre of the banjo, but probably not the style. Hey, for the price of admission, you'll have your money's worth of fun out of it! You can post a review for us.




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posted on 5-2-2010 at 10:09 AM


I just pulled the trigger on this. ohno:

GypsyHook is partially to blame. :P




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