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..
Gold Tone's all-inclusive ticket into the world of Bluegrass banjo picking, the CC-BG package includes a standard CC-50R banjo (with hard maple neck and rosewood fingerboard; a maple rim with a brass rod tone ring and a single coordinator rod; a mahogany resonator; a geared fifth-string peg; a strai..
Bob Carlin has taught hundreds of people to play Old Time banjo, so it's only logical to make his signature banjo specs available to new players by way of a Cripple Creek (CC) version. Undeniably a world-beating value in a twelve-inch clawhammer banjo, the CC-Carlin12 has all the right stuff: a nut ..
Gold Tone's most affordable Irish tenor banjo, the Cripple Creek seventeen-fret Irish Tenor banjo provides professional quality at a bargain price for the beginning player. The CC-IT is also perfect for the more experienced player that needs a second instrument. All players will love the fast, smoot..
A complete package designed for the novice claw hammer picker, The Gold Tone CC-OTA 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 A-sc..
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..
The twenty-two fret plectrum banjo bridges the gap between the tenor and five-string banjos. Four-string banjo stylists playing jazz, pop or Celtic styles will find the CC-Plectrum perfect for all these genres and more. Usually tuned CGBD (fourth string to first) or DGBE (Chicago-style), the CC-Plec..
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..
Once a staple in early twentieth century banjo orchestras and clubs, the cello banjo disappeared by 1930. Gold Tone has brought it back, collaborating with string wizard Marcy Marxer to develop the CEB-4 cello banjo. It offers contemporary players a new and fascinating low banjo voice for use in any..
The sweet sustained tone of the Gold Tone Dojo DLX is so right for expressive fills and emotional solo play. The cutaway curly maple body has beautiful decorative bindings and carries a comfortable five-string banjo neck with planetary-gear tuners and a rosewood fretboard that any banjoist will feel..
The EB-5 has a strong onstage presence. The banjo 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 make for a nicely balanced instrument that won't be a bur..
The Gold Tone EBM-5 is a unique F-style 5-string electric banjo that looks as good as it sounds. The EBM-5, like a normal banjo, has an extremely fast response allowing hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides to be accomplished with incredible ease. Even unplugged, this electric banjo has an excellent ban..