Gold Tone CC-Banjitar
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SpecificationsScale Length: 25.5"
Nut Width: 1.75"
Neck Wood: Maple
Fretboard Wood: Ebony
Peghead Overlay: Black veneer
Peghead Inlay: Printed Gold Tone logotype
Fret Markers: 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, 15th, 17th, 19th, and 21st frets
Nut Material: Bone with ZeroGlide zero nut
Tuners: Nickel closed-gear with pearloid buttons
Finish: Vintage brown satin
Rim Size: 11"
Rim Wood: Multi-ply maple
Tonering: Rolled brass
Tailpiece: Six-string inline
Head: Frosted white
Armrest: Nickel-plated engraved
Case: Gold Tone gig bag
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Just like the Florida-based manufacturer's BT-1000, the CC-Banjitar from Gold Tone offers the characteristic sound of a banjo in guitar tuning - but unlike the BT-1000, the CC-Banjitar comes stock with a resonator on the back. It's ideal for a guitarist interested in adding the sound of a banjo to a recording who doesn't have the time to learn a new instrument, but is just as much fun for the guitarist who simply wants a little twang every now and then, too. Just as it would on a five-string, the resonator adds volume and brightness, giving this banjitar the classic, bell-like tone sought by bluegrass players. The CC-Banjitar is analogous to Gold Tone's CC-50RP, our most popular beginner's resonator banjo, so if the prospective player decides to switch to five-string at some point, the transition will be smooth. It even comes with Gold Tone's SMP+ magnetic pickup pre-installed for ease of use in live applications. Included in the price is a Gold Tone gig bag.