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The ukulele is a unique instrument of that there is no doubt, that is why there are instruments that are reinvented in ukulele size. Today we will talk about Uku banjo or Banjolele.
The history of the Banjolele begins in 1917 with the names of John A. Bolander and Alvin D. Keech. What they mainly wanted was to make the ukulele sound louder. So they attached the neck of a uke to a head tambourine with a bridge attached to it, so the membrane would resonate in a louder way making a sound similar to a Banjo.
For the time it was invented it was quite good since in the 20's years it was the boom of jazz music, dixieland and street band jazz. George Formband he was an English artist who in the decade of 1940 made countless films in his banjolele.
Currently the banjolele is still used for its great sound and brightness. It can be used to play jazz, blues, rock, and anything you want to highlight. Its tuning is the same as the traditional ukulele G, C, E and A. Its strings are made of Nylon and the head is synthetic and is usually from a good brand such as REMO.
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