How much does a Gold Tone banjo cost?

How much does a Gold Tone banjo cost?

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Is gold tone a good banjo?

If you’re looking for a featherweight 5-string banjo that sounds great, has an excellent set-up right out of the box, and has a very affordable price, the Gold Tone AC-1 is a winner. Whether clawhammer or Scruggs-style is your method, the banjo delivers superb sound for its price and weight.

Are Gold Tone Banjos made in China?

The majority of instruments produced by Gold Tone are manufactured in a Korean owned-and-managed factory in China that we’ve worked with since 1993, when Gold Tone was founded. We use maple from the US and Canada, rosewood and ebony from Africa and Indonesia and blackwood from Australia.

Who owns Gold Tone Banjos?

Wayne and Robyn Rogers
Wayne and Robyn Rogers were active folk musicians in the 1970s when they decided to open Strings N’ Things Music Center in 1978. Today’s Gold Tone Group started life as Gold Tone Banjos, founded in Titusville, Florida by Wayne and Robyn in 1993.

Does gold tone make good instruments?

The Gold Tone CC-50 has been frequently called the best choice for any beginner, and while it’s priced at $399.99 on their website, the quality of the instrument’s make can be sold for much more. Like the CC-50, all of Gold Tone’s instruments are designed to play effortlessly, and sound great.

Is Gold Tone a good brand?

Are Gold Tone instruments good?

“Gold Tone has mastered quality and value for all levels of acoustic players. The alternative folk style instruments have fulfilled a huge current need for those sounds, tones, designs that are blending old style music with a whole new generation of musicians. Buy Gold Tone if you want phenomenal quality and value.”

What banjos are worth money?

Some banjos are incredibly rare and can be worth thousands. The 1938 Gibson Mastertone flathead five-string, made famous by Earl Scruggs, is valued at thousands of dollars since fewer than 100 were ever made. While more common, Epiphone banjos made during the Great Depression tend to also be worth great deals of money.

Who makes a Gold Tone banjo?

Love What You Play Gold Tone was founded by Wayne and Robyn Rogers, who still operate it to this day. Our extended family works hard every day to ensure that each instrument that leaves our facility meets the highest standards of utility and value.

What is the most common banjo?

5 string banjos
5 string banjos are the most common and are best suited for playing Bluegrass and Folk Music.

Is gold tone a good brand?

  • August 11, 2022