The CC-Banjitar was our first banjo guitar and its popularity remains strong due its unsurpassed combination of great build quality, valued features and low price. This member of Gold Tone's Cripple Creek family of banjo-based instruments enables guitarists to play banjo-like sounds without having t..
The Gold Tone AC-6+ Banjitar packs a punch like no other entry-level banjo-guitar. "Fantastic instrument. Sounds great amplified or unplugged. Zero learning curve for any guitar player. A more comfortable Ganjo to play than any of the other ones out there that I have personally tested." online revie..
The EB-6 Banjitar's tone is generated by a custom Remo pre-tuned eight-inch banjo head that never needs re-tensioning, providing enhanced tuning stability. The contour-carved mahogany body and Canadian maple neck with rosewood fretboard make for a nicely balanced banjo guitar that won't be a burden ..
Following the success of the Gold Tone Banjitar line, requests were made for an on-stage solid body 6-string played like a guitar. The ES-Banjitar, like a normal banjo, has extremely fast response compared to a regular electric. Hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides are accomplished with incredible ease..
The Gold Tone GT-500 6-string Banjitar is the most sought after 6-string banjo guitar in its class. it was designed by guitar players for guitar players. Traditionally-styled with a maple rim and maple resonator, the GT-500's pot assembly joins with a comfortable maple neck crowned with a rosewood f..
This companion of our GT-500 banjo guitar features a unique premium twenty-hole bell brass tone ring, chosen for its chime-y sound and long sustain. This ring also provides greater volume and a more tightly focused tone. The GT-750 has a fully-bound curly maple resonator and a hard rock maple neck w..
The WR-7 is a banjitar for guitar players truly trying to emulate that banjo sound! The unique design features doubled strings on the low E (similar to a 12-string guitar) which acts as a drone string (like the 5th string on a banjo). Now when striking the 6th string, the double octave string will r..