39 Inch Sonart Full Size 6 string 24 Bracket Professional Banjo Instrument with Open Back

5 Reviews
Item No: 96513248
take 15% off + extra $40 off first order
Only $109.65 if you join Costway Plus+Details
Save extra 10% on this itemUse code: DELIGHT10See More
Delivers in 2 - 5 days
Ships To: 92337 - Fontana

Free Shipping on All Orders365-Day Warranty30-day No Hassle Return

Costway Baby Offer

Get 15% off exclusive coupon with Costway baby handbooks.


Key Features

● Premium Remo Drumhead: The banjo has a Remo skin drumhead and a solid Sapele back, which build up a premium resonator for quality and professional sound. The head has 24 steel brackets to fix the drum skin, in order to make the banjo sound stable and also to be able to tune easily.
● Precise Tuning to Maintain Accuracy: There is an adjustable truss rod to balance the tension caused by strings or climate change. An Allen Key and wrench are also available to manually keep the desired sound. And it also has a digital tuner to easily tune the instruments for playing blues, hillbilly music, and more.
● Exceptional Quality for Comfortable Play: The maple bridge with precut snaps provides a stable string sitting for a quick response with less unwanted sustains. Inlaid with cupronickel frets and steel strings, this banjo has clear board points. Besides, the closed chrome-steel tuner on the solid nato wood neck guarantees a stable tone.
● Open Back Satisfies Different Needs: Featuring an open back design, this banjo offers 2 ways of play to meet varying demands. The close resonator makes a warm and soft sound compared to the open back play's bright plucked sound. And it sounds like a banjo, but plays like the guitar of standard tuning of EADGBE.
● Full Size with Beginner's Kit: The full-size banjo measures 39 inches long for both juniors and senior players. It includes a gig bag for portability, a tuning wrench and Allen Key, a strap, polishing cloth, extra strings, picks, and a digital tuner. The banjo is suitable for both beginners and seasoned players.

No Information


ColorAs picture shown
MaterialSapele wood, remo skin, maple wood, nato wood, engineered wood, chrome-steel, steel, nylon, 420D Oxford fabric
Product dimension39" x 13.5" x 5" (L x W x D)
Guitar tuningEADGBE
Net weight8 lbs

Exchange & Redeem in the shopping cart!

4pcs 18 x 18 Inches Square Throw Pillows

4pcs 18 x 18 Inches Square Throw Pillows

These 18 x 18 inches square throw pillows are perfect for adding comfort and style to your living space!

  • Overview

  • Reviews

  • Q&A

  • Manuals


-Open back has a bright sound, while the closed back resonates with a warmer tone
-Accessories include cloth, gig bag, tuning wrench, Allen Key, digital tuner, extra string, strap
-39-inch full size, stable tone guaranteed by the closed chrome-steel pegs
-Quick response as a result of a stable maple string bridge, easy to tune
-Clear fingerboard with cupronickel frets sound dots for easy learning
-Durable steel strings support daily playing with fingers or pick-ups
-Fixed with 24 steel brackets for stable sound
-Suitable for beginners and professionals
-Mixed shapes with ukulele and tambourine for playing blues, hillbilly music, and more
-includes 1 strings, tuner, wrench, allen key, cloth, gig bag, strap and 3 picks


5 Reviews

Frequent Mentions

  • B


    Good but not great ok for the price I would not buy again.

  • S

    Great value -- READ THIS REVIEW if you want a banjitar/\banjo guitar

    So, the thing with these bajitars is that they sound very quiet and poor, because you have to get the right strings and put them on correctly. If you just play the strings they send, it'll sound super muffled and quiet and you'll be disappointing. Not sure why they don't provide more instruction. However, do a youtube search on what to do and you'll get some great tips. Once you get the right strings on, and in the proper place, you'll be really happy. Its not as simple as low string on top and high string on bottom. Then you can just play it like a guitar with that blue grass sound. I love mine now. It also pays to get it set up at a guitar store. Its an extra 50$ or so, but you won't regret it. Cheap/inexpensive guitars almost universally HAVE to be set up. 95% of buyer disappointment when buying cheap guitars/basses, is lack of set up!

  • J

    Needs professional setup

    The 6 string banjo came labeled with Sonart on the headstock. I was kinda hoping it would be left blank like the pictures in the ad. Took little over a week to be delivered. No sharp frets or anything. Tuning pegs work. Bridge is garbage but it’ll work for now. Would be nice if it came with a paper gauge or something to set the bridge length up. The action on this thing is absolutely horrible. Out of the box so far it plays, feels and sounds like a $150 toy. I’m gonna take it to a music shop next week and get it professionally set up before I cast anymore judgement on it.

  • D

    I got what paid for: Slight crack at the base of the neck.

    Slight crack on the base of the neck, very high string action. I recommend looking at a different Banjo company.

  • A


    Was okay. Good for the price


  • Q:
    Is the banjo right hand or left hand type?
    The banjo is a right hand instrument. If you want to change your left hand, you need to change the strings, top chord pillows, horse bridges and guard boards.
    Costway representative
  • Q:
    Is it right handed ?
    It is available to right handed, but it needs the professionals to adjust the position of the strings..
    Costway representative


Coming Soon! We're still working on it day and night.


Download APP