The Orange Blossom (OB) banjos harken back to Gold Tone's early days and their popularity hasn't diminished over the decades. These professional-grade banjos evoke the great pre-WW ll banjos played by the Masters: Earl Scruggs, Don Reno, J.D. Crow all depended on those great banjos from the Midwest ..
The "plus" in the OB-250+ is the ultra-premium JLS #12 tone ring. Developed by master caster Jim Stull of San Antonio, Texas, this ring is the result of years of analyzing many pre-WW ll G-word tone rings to ascertain the formula of the bronze alloy used to make them the sought-after pieces of hardw..
The Plucky is a backpacker's dream weighing in at only two pounds! It can be tuned to open C (CGCEG) or open D (DADF#A) or even to standard G, by changing to strings gauged 016, .034, .024, .019, .016. The Gold Tone Plucky is no toy; the neck width is similar to that of a full-size banjo for comfort..
The PS-250 evokes the jazz banjos of the late 1920s and early 1930s with its vintage design and huge tone. The pot assembly features a bell brass flat-top tone ring, a one-piece flange and a fourteen-inch mahogany resonator that helps the PS-250 produce a powerful statement in any ensemble or solo s..
Fanciers of the great pre-World War II tenor banjos from the Midwestern USA will certainly recognize this timeless look. The design of the Gold Tone TS-250 was inspired by the most popular vintage tenor banjo ever made. The TS-250 combines exceptional tone with exquisite appearance and features low ..
The White Lady 250 produces the plunky yet focused tone that's long been a standard for Old Time and folk music. This banjo features an accurate replica of the classic three-piece Whyte Laydie tone ring, mated with a half-inch maple rim for maximum air chamber volume. The maple neck has a vintage he..
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..