Precio habitual $ 6,680

The sound of the banjolele is instantly recognisable in the songs ‘Bring Back That Leroy Brown’ by Queen and ‘Any Road’ by George Harrison. This particular banjolele, the Kala KA-BNJ-BK-C closed-back concert banjo ukulele, has a maple shell. It was originally designed by Alvin Keech in 1917 was used regularly by actor and singer/songwriter George Formby. This concert variety featuring a black satin-gloss finish is a surprising combination of instruments that any adventurous string-plucker is sure to appreciate!

KA-BNJ-BK-C: construction and gig bag

This Kala offers concert uke or banjo players a whole new perspective by combining two string instruments this way. What's more, the neck is made of maple and has a rosewood fretboard. On the 8-inch, rough Remo Weatherking top, held in place by 12 lugs, you'll find a maple bridge with an ebony saddle. The Kala banjolele has a concert scale length of 14.75 inches and 18 frets, and comes complete with nylon concert ukulele strings and a matching gig bag.


Kala Brand Music Company was founded by Mike Upton in the US in 2005 and produces hand-made ukuleles, U-basses and guitars in Petaluma, California. Just like they did with their ukulele basses in 2007, Kala has made a name for themselves with their signature Elite series, which has globally put the brand on the map. Kala invested a lot in creating instruments that have a distinct sound as well as comfortable playability. Since then, the company has been providing ukulele players all around the world with quality instruments at a great price.


Características del producto

  • Tipo de ukelelebanjo
  • Colornegro