Notes from Ross Nickerson on the OB 250Wide models from Goldtone.
Does this look like a banjo that only costs this much? It looks and plays like a $4000 to $5000 dollar banjo. Wayne at Goldtone has really perfected this model without raising the price. I have a demo video of the OB 250 and OB 250 Plus also a close up description on video. My price is very good on this model and it comes with free shipping and hard case, not to mention the free Book/CD/DVD offer and members only site subscription with each Goldtone purchase. Ross N
The OB-250 Wide has been called the "best bluegrass banjo" in it's price range ! A slim neck and excellent setup make the OB-250 a great choice for the serious bluegrass musician. The quality and price makes it a great step up for the intermediate player and for that matter with the price like this its a great banjo to learn on. The new OB-250 has been redesigned and now includes maple binding, GT Master Planetary Tuners, 1st fret inlay, One piece curly maple veneer on the resonator, and a new gorgeous tobacco brown finish.
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