The "plus" in the Gold Tone OB-250+ Orange Blossom Banjo is the ultra-premium JLS #12 tone ring developed by master caster Jim Stull. The JLS #12 ring is the result of years of analyzing many prewar tone rings. This long-skirt tone ring improves contact between neck, rim and tone..
The "plus" in the Gold Tone OB-250+TP Orange Blossom is the JLS #12 tone ring. Developed by master caster Jim Stull, this tone ring is the result of years of analyzing many prewar tone rings. This long-skirt tone ring improves the contact between the neck, the rim and the tone ring, increa..
The Gold Tone OB-250AT Orange Blossom Archtop Banjo features a superb bell brass forty-hole archtop tone ring that really cuts through the mix. Other OB-250AT features include a cast one-piece resonator flange, multi-ply maple rim, twin coordinator rods; and a deep, ..
The Gold Tone OB-3 "Twanger" pre-war style banjo is based on the 1929 RB-3 Gibson, a no-hole, fat rim, flathead banjo. The OB-3 Twanger" features parts that replicate the original RB-3, such as the no-hoe tone ring, shape of the headstock, neck and body, nickel plated hardware, slanted resonator wal..
If you want be heard AND noticed, this one's for you. The Gold Tone OB-300 Orange Blossom Banjo features a striking curly maple neck, bound with matching curly maple and abalone-style binding, catches the eye. A sand-cast bell bronze flat head tone ring immediately appeals to the ear...
The Gold Tone OT-800 Tubaphone Style Banjo pays homage to one of the most sought-after banjos of the "classic" period (1890 to 1930) when the Boston School of banjo making was the highest expression of the art. The pot sports a pre-WW II-style Tubaphone tone ring, which adds pleasing overt..
The Gold Tone OT-800LN Long Neck Tubaphone-Style Banjo is the long neck version of the OT-800. Based one of the most sought-after banjos of the "classic" period (1890 to 1930) the OT-800LN sports a pre-WW II-style Tubaphone tone ring, which adds pleasing overtones via a square-section..
The Gold Tone Plucky is perfect for a young player, to pack for the trail, or for cuddling up with on the couch. The Gold Tone Plucky is no toy. The neck width is similar to that of a full-size banjo. Its low string action provides effortless playability. The Pluck can be tuned to ope..