The Baritone Banjo Uke (BUB) is an affordable alternative to the Gold Tone Banjolele series now available in a baritone scale length. Tuned DGBE, this model features a maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard, geared tuners, a single adjustable coordinator rod, and plate-style resonator. Includes hard shell case.
Our standard stock tuning is indicated above. Just about any alternative tuning is possible with the correct string gauge. We would be glad to figure this out for you, as it is important to make sure each string has the correct gauge to insure proper string tension for your intended tuning.
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Banjos come set up and ready to play
Each banjo is played before it leaves the shop!
Along with the strict quality control that Goldtone is known for and the banjos being checked very carefully before being shipped, each banjo is given a 12 point inspection, full head tuning, setup and will arrive tuned and ready to play
If you have any questions please call Ross anytime at his direct number, 1-866-322-6567 or send him an Email
Zero Glide Nut Installed FREE
All Gold Tone Banjos from BanjoTeacher.com now come with the Zero Glide Nut installed FREE
The Zero Glide makes the banjo action easier to play, increases the sound clarity and is a significant improvement for any banjo. Installation by a professional is normally done at a cost of $75 or more. It's now installed FREE on all Gold Tone Banjos.
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Gloria B. Soliz
Mar 16, 2023
I'm a happy camper
Just received my God Tone BUB Baritone Banjo Ukulele with 3 extra set of strings. The leather strap arrived last week. I'm a happy camper. Putting a "banjo" set together for senior adult ukulele class. Thanks for your assistance!-Gloria
Recommended to buy: Yes
Feb 4, 2019
BUB Banjo Ukulele ( baritone size )
I have had mind for 6 weeks now and am very happy with it. It is well built and has great volume. Took it to a uke strum last month and removed the back plate to hold down the volume, it still projected very well. It is just plain fun to play. I would say it's not the best for finger pickin but most of my playing is done with the strum. I am looking for an arm rest now but am having a little difficultly finding one.
Recommended to buy: Yes