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By popular demand, the Goodtime banjo company has announced the addition of a banjo ukulele to its catalog. The new American-made concert-scale instrument, which will begin shipping in March, features an 11-inch violin maple rim, maple neck, and a floating bridge and bridge plate. It also makes use of the company’s “quiet metal” technology for the tailpiece and coordinator rod.

To learn more about this rather enjoyable new instrument, check out the above video taken at last month’s Winter NAMM show as Goodtime’s Barry Hunn gives us a tour through the banjo uke.