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The Gold Tone GT-500 banjitar is traditionally styled with a maple rim, maple resonator, steel tone ring,...
Brilliantly unique, gorgeous, and amazingly versatile.
Check any competitive banjo in this price range and you'll find "more bang for the buck" with the Cripple...
Banjo on a budget with decorative fingerboard inlays and maple construction.
A singular and beautiful instrument with a sweet and snappy tone!
The BG-250 and BG-250F are a real "Bluegrass Special." This banjo includes our lifetime warranty. The BG -250...
One name stands out most when banjos are brought up in music circles around the world: Gold Tone. Setting the gold standard since 1993 when it comes to these unique instruments, Gold Tone banjos have audiences everywhere enjoying a diverse mix of genres like never before. With a variety of styles, shapes and designs, the selection here has something for every banjo player or enthusiast. For a classic banjo, take a look at the Cripple Creek Irish Tenor Banjo with Resonator or the CC-100R Resonator Banjo. Both feature a traditional design, a maple resonator, a distinct curly headstock, and a tone that will bring a smile to the face of anyone within earshot. Handsomely crafted and perfect for beginners and experienced players alike, these banjos dance with sound and style.
If you’re searching for something a truly spectacular though, you need to jump right to the EBM Electric Banjo. Absolutely brilliant in appearance and outstandingly dynamic in tone, this electric banjo features a distinct body scroll, a single coil pickup at the neck and a humbucker beneath the head, as well as gold hardware to complete the look. Gleaming with contemporary panache, this instrument is as rare as the sound it creates. You’ll instantly grab the attention of everyone around as soon as you start picking the strings.
If you need even more convincing that a Gold Tone is right for you, just look at the list of artists that prefer them. Mumford & Sons’ Winston Marshall, Gary Morse of Brooks and Dunn, Thad Beaty from Sugarland and so many others all pick up a Gold Tone when they want to add banjo to a song. If you’ve always wanted to play banjo, or you’re just looking to upgrade your current instrument, you’ll love what Gold Tone has to offer.