The Goldtone Banjitar Deluxe GT-750 6-string banjo is acoustic electric with a great sounding humbucking pickup and has a flathead tone ring which provides authentic banjo tone on a 6 string banjo tuned like a guitar.
The Gold Tone GT 750 now comes Standard with a White Head
Clear head is available by request before or after ordering - 1-866-322-6567
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Designed for optimal volume and tone based on numerous tone ring experimentation, this model provides the most acoustic volume and excellent sustain for a six string banjo, because of its bell brass tone ring.
The 750 also has a exquisite curly maple resonator and includes our unique SMP (Sliding Mag Pick-up). All other specs are similar to the GT-500.
Neck - Maple Rim - Maple Tone Ring - Bell Brass Tailpiece - Heavy duty stainless steel Resonator - Curly Maple Nut - Bone Tuners - Sealed gear Fingerboard - Radiused Rosewood
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
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Zero Glide Nut Installed FREE
All Gold Tone Banjos at 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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