The Gold Tone IT-250 Irish Tenor Banjo is often tuned to GDAE, an octave below the mandolin. The Gold Tone IT-250 Irish Tenor Banjo is played by many traditional Irish musicians because it provides a plunky tone that works well with bodhran, pipes and fiddles. The Gold Tone IT-250 Irish Tenor Banjo ..
The Gold Tone IT-250F is THE banjo for the Irish tenor banjoist that wants to be heard! Gold Tone's loudest tenor banjo features a sand-cast bronze arch-top tone ring and a brass resonator flange. The fourteen-inch resonator pushes your music forward and out, assuring that you'll be ..
The beautiful blonde Gold Tone MC-150R/P Maple Classic Banjo is the ideal all-around banjo for the eclectic player. The flangeless MC-150RP is convertible to a powerful open back (like many of our banjos); just pop off the resonator and mounting brackets and you're in business. It's also the mo..
The Gold Tone ML-1 Bela Fleck "Missing Link" Baritone Banjo fills the gap between the cello banjo (tuned to G, an octave below the standard banjo) and the standard five-string. Tuned to open C (in a G configuration, an octave below the fifth fret of a standard five-string, the ML-1 feature..
The Gold Tone MM-150 Maple Mountain Open Back Banjo features a 1/2" maple rim, Whyte Laydie-style tone ring, maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard with frailing scoop.I really was quite taken aback by the tone. I sit and play for hours. The tone, while very different from my bluegrass banjo, is ..