Gold Tone Folk & Traditional Instruments
Gold Tone was founded in 1993 in Titusville, Florida, by folk musicians Wayne and Robyn Rodgers. As their reputation for providing smooth-sounding, vintage-styled instruments grew, their creations caught the eye of some truly impressive artists. Tony Morley of Jefferson Starship, Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse, Drew Taubenfeld for Demi Lovato and Scott Coney for Alan Jackson are just a few musicians who have played Gold Tone instruments on stage and in studio. Clearly you're in excellent company with Gold Tone.
If you love the timeless twang of a classically designed banjo, the GT-500 is a perfect choice. Built with a gorgeous maple rim, neck and rosewood fingerboard resonator, this banjo is made to last. Rich, full acoustic volume and sustain makes it a superstar for beginner or advanced players. Maybe you appreciate the unmistakable sound of a banjo but prefer the sleek, modern look of a guitar; in that case, the Dojo 5-String Resonator Banjo is right up your alley. Shaped like a guitar, this instrument is made from genuine mahogany with a rosewood fretboard and a treble cutaway. The rich, sweet tone is sure to impress everyone who hears it. If you really want to stand out from the crowd, take a look at the EBM Electric banjo's sensational design and unique tone. An F-style mandolin look with body scrolls and gold hardware is just one of the features that gives this banjo a rare, eye-catching appeal.
If you've always wanted to learn a folk instrument or just want to expand upon your existing collection, Gold Tone is a fantastic option. A variety of styles and designs ensures every musician can find the perfect instrument for their liking. Diverse and exceptional, this is a brand that you can depend on.