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Irish Tenor Banjos 

Irish Tenor Banjos and Irish Tenor Banjo Instruction at Banjoteacher.com.

The Irish tenor banjo is tuned to the same notes as the violin, fiddle or mandolin, G D A E. Even though the Irish Tenor has a different tone having the same tuning makes it a practical instrument to learn as well as being super fun to play.  Sheet music or tablature for fiddle tunes written for fiddle or mandolin can be used to adapt songs to the Irish tenor banjo.

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  • $839.00
    This short scale tenor is designed for playing in the common keys of traditional music. Played by Jerry Cowan, a street musician from Dublin, Ireland. This is an excellent addition to any tenor player's arsenal of instruments. Excellent tone and volume is a result of a quality White Ladye tone ring, thin maple rim, maple neck and quality components. MOP...
  • $1,101.00
    An incredible Irish 4 string tenor banjo. The IT - 250F Irish Tenor with Resonator is really something, especially for the price. You will think it should have cost two or three times as much when you hold and play it. Our Irish Tenor banjos have always been a favorite in the Celtic arena. This new model was recommended by Andy Perkins and is based on a...
  • $509.00
    CC-IT - An economically-priced Irish tenor banjo with all the features of a quality entry-level instrument.Features Neck - Maple, Dual Coordinator Rods Resonator - Maply ingerboard Inlay - Snowflake Headstock Inlay - SnowflakeCall us to hear about our special offer on this model1-866-322-6567 or Banjos come set up and ready to playEach banjo...
  • $974.00
    This is the same banjo as the Goldtone IT 250 but with an added resonator. It cost a bit more this way but if you think you would like a resonator is much cheaper to get it at the same time as when you buy the banjo. Ordering separately is more expensive plus shipping costs and having to install it. The short scale tenor is designed for playing in the...
  • $2,489.00
    Irish Tenor banjos have the shorter 17 fret neck for a brighter, snappier sound. The Sierra 17-fret tenor has our professional -06- bronze tone ring and you get all the most important features that affect the tone and playability at an economical price. Made of mahogany with a slim comfortable neck and ebony fingerboard, the Sierra banjo will give you...
  • $1,769.00
    A great recording tenor banjo with resonator for sound projection, the Boston 17-fret tenor works for Irish, traditional jazz, or any style you like to play. Tuned in fifths, C,G,D,A it is easily fingered by mandolin or violin players because the chord fingering is the same. This lighter weight Irish banjo is easy to play and incredibly durable for years...
  • $419.00
    Made in America at the Deering Banjo factory in California, the Goodtime openback banjo weighs about 4 pounds so it is ideal for traveling, camping, hiking, taking to the beach and provides a vibrant singing banjo tone in any situation. Also, light enough to easily hold and play and is the perfect banjo to start out with since it is fretted correctly and...
  • $549.00
    We are proud to announce the release of the Dropkick Murphys Tenor Goodtime openback banjo. It's an all maple banjo with a hard rock maple neck and a violin grade maple rim for an awesome tone. It's tuned in fifths G,D,A,E just like an octave mandolin so the fingering is easy for mandolin and violin players. A Kavanjo pickup can be installed as an option....
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