TO EUCALYPT BANJOS
Australian Banjos built for the
world using beautiful Australian timbers.
Most pages updated,
some brand new, and many new links.
EUCALYPT BANJOS WENT TO NASHVILLE FOR
- FOR A FULL REPORT CLICK ON THE NEWS PAGE TO YOUR LEFT
EVERY EUCALYPT BANJO IS LIFETIME
GUARANTEED AND COMES COMPLETE WITH A
HARD CASE, SPARE STRINGS, SIGNED CERTIFICATE, and
ABSOLUTELY THE MOST BANJO YOU'LL GET FOR THE LEAST DOLLARS
HANDED BANJOS ARE OUR SPECIALITY!
is the Eucalypt Banjo man for North
America. A click on Jack's logo takes you right there:
Firstly, you have no fear buying a Eucalypt Banjo, WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE
of your banjo
anywhere in the world. No matter where you are you will get your
banjo. Our ordering page tells you how.
All prices on this site are in Australian
Dollars and includes GST for Australian
buyers. Overseas purchases are GST free.
One US dollar equals roughly 75 cents to an Aussie dollar...
that's good buying from the US folks. The best banjo for the
If you're a banjo nut, or feel you
should become a banjo
nut, then we'd
hear from you. email@example.com
LASTLY, THE MATTER OF SOFTWARE
You'll need software to create you own tabs or
download some of the many thousands available on the net. This
is the best and most commonly used for banjo tablature. We use it.
HOT OFF THE PRESS!
WHAT'S NEW ON THIS
for November 2006
Sadly we've been told by the powers
that be that we must
apply GST to our banjos for
Australian purchasers. This will start from
November 1st 2006
with a price increase of 10% to cover the tax.
There's no other price increase this year, just the
tax. Sorry folks, it's the law.
The good news for
of a Eucalypt Banjo is you
don't have to pay the
GST! The GST free price is alongside the
Australian price to save you working it out.
Other news on this site is our new
wooden tone ring BURDEKIN
PLUM open back
banjos. Lower in price and weight they are certainly
not low in quality, tone, and volume. The one we
took to Nashville was a great hit and is now owned
by 12 year old
O'Brien of the of the
O'Brien Family Band.
That's Maura below playing her new
You can find out all about the Burdekin Plum banjos
on their special page, see menu top left of this
page for link.
We were in Nashville again this year
for the IBMA World of
festival. See the news and
IBMA 2006 page for all the details.
We now have our own tone ring, the
Bell, so named
after the D'Aguilar Ranges atop which we sit. Made
to a stringent pre war formula these equal, and in
many cases beat the very best the world has to offer
for tone, sustain (especially high up the neck) and
clarity ... truly great tone ring.
CLICK HERE FOR NEW BANJOS AND WHAT'S HAPPENING AT
UPDATED November 2006