We are proud to be a dealer of Bart Reiter Banjos, which are entirely handmade by Bart himself in Lansing, Michigan. Simple in their appointments, but when it comes to fit and finish these are some of the best banjos you can buy, and at a great price. You'll find superior build and craftsmanship in every Open Back he makes, from the Standard, to the Regent, to his 12” Round Peak. If you're looking for a functional, handmade, low-frill-high-thrill banjo, check out Bart Reiter.
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This Bart Reiter Standard Fretless Banjo is super cool. Here with the incredible build quality and no frills aesthetic that we like so much from Bart, this five-string has a smooth, scooped, fretless Ebony fingerboard. The result is a tonally unique banjo that is great to play.
Loaded with a wonderful, warm tone, it has a rolled brass tone ring for a little extra volume and punch. It has an 11" diameter rim, Mahogany neck, and a satin lacquer finish. Made in Michigan, this Bart Reiter Standard Fretless Banjo will not disappoint. Case not included, but throw in a Banjo hard case for just a bit more.
This Bart Reiter Standard Open Back Banjo sports incredible build quality and a no-frills appearance that means business. This has a wonderful, warm tone and the rolled brass tone ring gives it a little extra volume and punch.
The neck here is Mahogany with an Ebony fretboard, and a bone nut. This is a 26 1/4" scale length banjo and features a traditional peghead and a scooped neck - plus it comes with a full set up from one of our luthiers. Case not included, but add on a Banjo hard case for just a bit more.
This beautiful Bart Reiter Regent Banjo is a wonderful open-back, with some nice detailing including a new tortoise style binding on the inner rim edge which really compliments the Rosewood trim on the outer rim. This Whyte Laydie tone ring, a frosted 11" head, and Maple neck with an Ebony fretboard. They've added a star on the fingerboard at the 5th tuner as well. Great sound, plus this Bart Reiter Regent Banjo has a really nice elegance to it without going overboard.
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