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Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo

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$764.00
Regular price
$899.00
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$764.00
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BUBJ1

Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo Ukulele

The Barnes & Mullins UBJ1 Banjo Ukulele is a hybrid folk instrument made in the tradition of many banjo-ukes before it. The UBJ1 is scaled and strung as a Ukulele, the result of which is an unmistakably ‘Ukulele Banjo’ in both tone, feel and appearance. It features a Mahogany resonator with a Remo 8″ weatherking coated head, offering both unique looks and sound. With a gorgeous antique stain gloss finish, a no-knot style tailpiece and an 18 fret Ovangkol fingerboard with dot inlays, this stylish instrument will make you stand out on any stage. Other features include open gear tuners with chrome buttons, a Maple bridge with a Ovangkol tip and a Mahogany neck.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Resonator: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Ovangkol
  • Tone Rim: Mahogany
  • Brackets: 12
  • Bridge: Maple with Ovangkol Tip
  • Head: Remo Coated
  • Inlays: Dot
  • Machine Heads: Open Gear with Chrome Buttons
  • Finish: Gloss

Please Note: Specifications are subject to change at any time.

Barnes & Mullins Origins

In 1894, Mr Albert Mullins and Mr S. Bowley Barnes started “The Jo”, their famous musical instrument journal.

Specialising in all things banjo, they soon began manufacturing their own banjos as well as importing many other instruments. The original Barnes and Mullins banjos are still sought after today, with collectors seeking them out all over the world.

Sadly in 1914 at the age of 40, Albert Mullins drowned when the ‘Empress of Ireland’ sank on the St Lawrence River. He was on the home leg of a 2 year sales trip.

Bowley Barnes continued the business thereafter, and what he had started with his partner years earlier in Bournemouth now moved to Rathbone Place, London.

In 1976, Mark Barnes – son of Bowley Barnes – moved the business to Grays Inn Road, Bloomsbury. Sadly in 1986, Mark Barnes died. He was greatly admired and respected by employees and customers alike who were quick to tell of his fair and generous nature.

In 1999, Bruce Perrin – a Director since 1986 – became Managing Director and moved the business from London to the current location – Grays Inn House – a modern 46000sqft warehouse and office facility in Oswestry, Shropshire.

Bruce Perrin says “We are excited about the future and are constantly looking at ways to innovate and evolve, yet Barnes and Mullins has always endeavoured to put the customer at the top of its priority list”.

    Shipping and Returns

    Shipping & Returns

    Shipping

    Direct to Consumer Delivery Policy

    What GIG Guitars Does:

    • GIG Guitars will process an item for a direct to consumer order. This can be shipped to a business or residential address using either Australia Post E-Parcel or StarTrack Express or collected by a courier selected by GIG Guitars on behalf of the Purchaser.
    • GIG Guitars will provide the Consignment details to the nominated email address.

    What we don’t do

    GIG Guitars takes no responsibility for lost or stolen goods.

    Australia Post and Star Track Express have their own policy regarding this procedure. We recommend you visit their websites at http://auspost.com.au/index.html www.startrackexpress.com.au for a better understanding of their proof of delivery policy.

    • As GIG Guitars are delivering on behalf of the purchaser, insurance of the goods is the responsibility of the purchaser. If any goods are damaged in transit, the store takes no responsible for the item and all logistics of return and it’s cost of re-supply.

    If you require GIG Guitars to insure the goods on your behalf, please request this on the Purchase order for each Direct Ship order.

    An additional insurance charge will be applied to the invoice.

    • All goods lost or stolen, after being left at the consumer’s premises, is not the responsibility of GIG Guitars.
    • GIG Guitars will not be responsible for following up delivery details, or any delivery discrepancies, this is the responsibility of you, the purchaser. We will only provide a consignment tracking info.

    Details of your parcel can then be viewed on the Courier Website, using the Consignment number provided by GIG Guitars. If the matter cannot be resolved easily by tracking the Consignment Number from the relevant tracking Websites, GIG Guitars will endeavor to resolve it.

    Returns

    We are not required to provide a refund or replacement if you change your mind. But you can choose a refund or exchange if an item has a major problem.

    This is when the item:

    • has a problem that would have stopped someone from buying the item if they had known about it
    • is unsafe
    • is significantly different from the sample or description
    • doesn’t do what we said it would, or what you asked for and can’t be easily fixed.

    Alternatively, you can choose to keep the item and we will compensate you for any drop in value. If the problem is not major, we will repair the item within a reasonable time. If it is not repaired in a reasonable time you can choose a refund or replacement.

    • Lost Gift Vouchers will not be refunded but should be able to be redeemed should you loose your physical voucher

    Please keep your proof of purchase – e.g. your receipt.

    Conditions of Returns

    Returnable items are subject to the following…

    • The product is faulty
    • The product is not the same product that was ordered
    • The product does not perform to the Manufacturers specifications
    • The product has been damaged in transit (please take note of all parcels immediately upon receiving from postage or courier and where possible take a photo of damage)
    • Items must be returned within 7 days
    • Items must be returned with original packaging and supplied accessories (ie; power supply, manuals)
    • Items must be returned as new, and free of scratches or marks
    • A copy of original receipt must accompany your return
    • You must contact the store before sending back any items
    • Returns may not be granted for products such as Print Music (due to Copyright Laws), Kazoos, Tin Whistles, Recorders (due to hygiene reasons)
    • Returns will not be granted due to a customer’s change of mind, or ordering the wrong product.
    • All faulty items will be directed back to suppliers for warranty assessment. This is no guarantee that a product will be replaced, repaired or refunded.
    Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Email sales@gigguitars.com.au

    Call Rico on 0488200801

    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo
    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo
    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo
    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo
    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo-lele Uke Banjo
    Description

    Barnes & Mullins BUBJ1 Banjo Ukulele

    The Barnes & Mullins UBJ1 Banjo Ukulele is a hybrid folk instrument made in the tradition of many banjo-ukes before it. The UBJ1 is scaled and strung as a Ukulele, the result of which is an unmistakably ‘Ukulele Banjo’ in both tone, feel and appearance. It features a Mahogany resonator with a Remo 8″ weatherking coated head, offering both unique looks and sound. With a gorgeous antique stain gloss finish, a no-knot style tailpiece and an 18 fret Ovangkol fingerboard with dot inlays, this stylish instrument will make you stand out on any stage. Other features include open gear tuners with chrome buttons, a Maple bridge with a Ovangkol tip and a Mahogany neck.

    SPECIFICATIONS:

    • Neck: Mahogany
    • Resonator: Mahogany
    • Fingerboard: Ovangkol
    • Tone Rim: Mahogany
    • Brackets: 12
    • Bridge: Maple with Ovangkol Tip
    • Head: Remo Coated
    • Inlays: Dot
    • Machine Heads: Open Gear with Chrome Buttons
    • Finish: Gloss

    Please Note: Specifications are subject to change at any time.

    Barnes & Mullins Origins

    In 1894, Mr Albert Mullins and Mr S. Bowley Barnes started “The Jo”, their famous musical instrument journal.

    Specialising in all things banjo, they soon began manufacturing their own banjos as well as importing many other instruments. The original Barnes and Mullins banjos are still sought after today, with collectors seeking them out all over the world.

    Sadly in 1914 at the age of 40, Albert Mullins drowned when the ‘Empress of Ireland’ sank on the St Lawrence River. He was on the home leg of a 2 year sales trip.

    Bowley Barnes continued the business thereafter, and what he had started with his partner years earlier in Bournemouth now moved to Rathbone Place, London.

    In 1976, Mark Barnes – son of Bowley Barnes – moved the business to Grays Inn Road, Bloomsbury. Sadly in 1986, Mark Barnes died. He was greatly admired and respected by employees and customers alike who were quick to tell of his fair and generous nature.

    In 1999, Bruce Perrin – a Director since 1986 – became Managing Director and moved the business from London to the current location – Grays Inn House – a modern 46000sqft warehouse and office facility in Oswestry, Shropshire.

    Bruce Perrin says “We are excited about the future and are constantly looking at ways to innovate and evolve, yet Barnes and Mullins has always endeavoured to put the customer at the top of its priority list”.