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New Baritone scale Fluke! With the addition of a longer neck, we now offer a Fluke with DGBE baritone tuning. At a scale of 18.5", and an overall length 1 1/2" longer than the tenor, tuning is the same as the top four strings of a guitar. Using the same iconic body as the Fluke, its more compact and travel friendly than a traditional Baritone. Comes with a hardwood 19 fret fingerboard and the same top wood, tuner, pickup and custom options available on all Flukes.




The Firefly family of banjos and banjo ukuleles keeps growing!  The newest addition is the extended 21.5” scale length 5-string banjo on the far right.  At two inches longer than our existing 19.5” scale, this makes it more comfortable for players who are familiar with a full size banjo, but with the advantages of our lightweight construction.  With an overall length of 30” this 5-string banjo is still a very travel friendly option. If you are interested, please give us a call here at our shop!


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