We have the 19 fret tenor and 17 fret Irish 4-string Tenor Banjos from Gold Tone, Deering Tenor Banjos, Recording King and Nechville, Deering 4-string Irish Drop Kick Murphy banjo, Plectrum banjos and Tenor, Recording King...
Irish Tenor Banjos and Irish Tenor Banjo Instruction at Banjoteacher.com.
We feature 4-string Gold Tone Irish Tenor Banjos along with Deering 4-string Irish tenor banjos. We have the new Gold Tone IT-17, 17 fret Irish Tenor with 12 inch rim and the Gold Tone IT-19 12 inch rim 19 fret Tenor Banjo. 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.
BanjoTeacher.com has a variety of 4 string Tenor banjos for sale from Tod Banjo makers Gold Tone and Deering. The Gold Tone TS 250 AT, the 4-string CEB 4 Cello banjo, The EBM 4 electric tenor banjo and the best new Irish Tenor Banjos. Also featured are beginner 4-string tenor banjos from Gold Tone, Recording King and Morgan Monroe. Tenor banjos can be tuned to GCEA for Dixieland Jazz, GDAE for Irish Tenor banjo styles and Chicago Style tuning like the top four strings of a Guitar, DGBE.
We carry Plectrum banjos and accessories too. The 4-string plectrum banjo is normally tuned to C G B D. The neck is the same length as a five string banjo and the tuning is the same as a 5-string tuned to C tuning. They can also be tuned to "Chicago tuning" which is the same tuning as the top four strings of a guitar. D G B E. Chicago tuning is popular for guitar players wanting a new sound without learning a new key or changing chord positions they are used to. You can also tune a 4-string tenor banjo to chicago tuning.