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..
A Gold Tone mainstay for decades, over twenty-five thousand Cripple Creek banjos have been sent into Banjoland to bring happiness to pickers around the world. The CC-100 outclasses all other comparably-priced banjos with its hard maple neck and rim, black-bound real rosewood fretboard (easily re-fre..
The CC-100R is a newbie player's dream come true. It is the only modestly-priced full-featured banjo that comes with a maple neck with a two-way adjustable truss rod and separate rosewood fretboard, a hard-rock maple rim with twin coordinator rods, and it's CONVERTIBLE! The natural-blonde finished C..
This variant of the venerable CC-100R features a generous nut width of 1 and 5/16" (1/8" wider than that of standard Cripple Creek models). The rolled brass tone ring and the tension hoop are thicker than those previously used, increasing the mass of the pot assembly. This results in a more powerful..
The Cripple Creek CC-50 is an entry-level banjo designed for easy learning, specifically designed to play effortlessly, sound great and be affordable. The openback CC-50 is ideal for "old time" or folk-style banjo playing. The hard maple neck and maple rim, guitar-style tuners, geared fifth-string t..
The Cripple Creek Mini (CC-Mini) Is just like the phenomenally popular CC-100, only smaller. The same maple neck (but tuned to C, like the fifth fret of a full-sized banjo) and hard rock maple rim (but just eight inches in diameter) make the Mini a perfect travel banjo or the ideal child's instrumen..
A complete package designed for the novice claw hammer picker, The Gold Tone CC-OTP has everything you need to start thumping that head. The Remo Fiber skin head itself is mounted on a sweet banjo with a half-inch-thick maple rim topped with a rolled-brass hoop (very Old Timey). The comfy maple neck..
Like all Gold Tone Cripple Creek series banjos, the nineteen-fret CC-Tenor combines good clean looks with high quality components and superb fit and finish at a price that any player can afford. The removable resonator back helps the CC-Tenor adapt to any player's style, making it equally at home in..