Gretsch G9460 "Dixie 6" Guitar-Banjo
- Maple Body with Semi-Gloss Antique Maple Stain Finish
- Maple neck, Maple Fretboard, Medium Jumbo Frets, 1950's Gretsch® 6x6
- Plays like a guitar sounds like a Banjo.
- Maple Rim, Steel Tension Hoop, 11" Remo Fiberskyn Head, 24 Brackets, Armrest, Maple Flat-Back Resonator, No-Knot Style Tailpiece and Dual Coordinating Rods
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|Item Dimensions||15.15 x 44.25 x 6.5 in||19 x 5 x 41 in||4.33 x 39.37 x 11.81 in||13.88 x 38.75 x 4.25 in||39 x 4.5 x 16.8 in||3.75 x 38.5 x 13 in|
Want to get cool banjo tones, but still play guitar? Get yourself a guitar-banjo. The Gretsch G9450 Dixie 6 guitar-banjo is an affordable closed-back banjo that you'll love. The G9460 Dixie is perfect for playing fingerstyle and strumming music styles. You'll love the fact that all of your guitar licks, chords, and runs will work on the G9460 Dixie 6! Now you can play banjo in the band without having to take lessons. Geared tuners ensure that the G9460 Dixie will stay in tune no matter what tunings you use. So tune up and start driving playing those bluegrass tunes with the Gretsch G9460 Dixie 6 guitar-banjo!
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The tone is more mellow than the resonator banjos that are really too loud and too bright for my tastes. The reason for this is due to both the fyber-skin head and open back design. It does have a back but not a resonator. I installed the Schatten BJ-02-STD banjo pickup and sounds great plugged in. I got the Gretsch G2183 Dixie 6 gig bag and am also pleased with its fit and construction. I'm quite happy and glad I decided to go this way. Getting anything else would have much more expensive and less satisfying.
Update: After eight months, I really love this banjo. Stays in tune and just fun to play! I have no training in banjo picking styles, but flat-picking or finger-picking in folk style sounds pretty good to me. Also, strumming gives a new sound dimension to my church band. I have used it unamplified and even tho it is loud, it sounds weak to the people in the back of the church fighting against the amplified band. I am looking for a reasonably priced pickup with volume control to add to the banjo.