Translation of banjo in Spanish:


banjo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbændʒoʊ/ /ˈbandʒəʊ/

nounplural banjos

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    banjo masculine
    • Baxter is probably best known as the ace pedal steel, banjo, dobro, guitar, all-'round musical utility guy for Bob Dylan, Steve Earle and Ryan Adams.
    • Strings, guitars, banjo, tambourine, French horn, harp, clarinet, accordion, drums and chanting contribute to Arcade Fire's intensely deep but totally palatable fusion of sounds.
    • Musically, the album isn't afraid of drawing on different instruments, from mouth organs to banjos, to acoustic guitars and piano.
    • And all these sepia-toned images are lent strength by the gentle poetry of the lyrics, and the light, front-porch swing of the acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins and strings.
    • An acoustic guitar, an occasional banjo, a cello, a violin are all elements found at the core of The Books' music.
    • Their huge array of instruments includes guitars, banjo, mandolin, bass, piano, organ, tabla and djembe, making this gig a must for all lovers of acoustic driven music.
    • These rooms are full of acoustic guitar, banjos, mandolins, twelve-strings, and maybe an acoustic bass or two.
    • He departs from convention in his cultivation of a deliberately rough sound, evoking mandolins, banjos, and guitars - in short, its surface.
    • In addition to playing the harmonica, he bends strings on acoustic slide guitar, banjo and an Indian instrument called the mohan veena.
    • Harry played an acoustic lap guitar, mohan veena, six-string banjo, harmonica, tambura and sang like a bird.
    • Over two albums, the Books have plucked sampled voices from their original context and arranged them inside simple compositions for sliced-and-diced guitar, banjo, and cello.
    • No drums or foot stomps, just rusty voice, guitar, banjo and the occasional synth sound.
    • The record is stuffed with two-part harmonies and country-lane textures - banjos, acoustic guitars and wood block percussion mix with piano, mellotron, and organ.
    • As the story of some rural drama unfurls, the track builds with more and more instruments fading in: low, swelling guitar chords, laconic banjos, mournful harmonies.
    • The main sounds that are obvious on this record are human voice, guitars, slide guitars, banjos, hurdy gurdies, and tuned drums that sound like djembes or tomtoms.
    • It screams quality, instantly being recognisable and totally addictive, with its soaring vocals and excellent guitars and banjos.
    • Most people, when they hear about the banjo and guitar, suspect it'll be pretty light.
    • But all bets are off for the bluegrass scorchers as the band breaks out the banjo and guitar.
    • The guitar and the banjo are what I do most of my writing on.
    • Now you too you can mimic a banjo or a slide guitar in your home or office.