Enter our drawing for your chance to win an OB-250LW from Gold Tone! This "lightweight" version of Gold Tone's flagship OB-250 Orange Blossom features a wood "tone rim" (tone ring + rim in one) instead of a brass tone ring, reducing the instrument's weight by 3 pounds to save your neck and shoulder during long picking sessions. All this, with little loss of power and volume!
All other OB-250 features are here, including curly maple binding on the maple neck and resonator, GT-Master planetary tuners, hearts & flowers inlay, and a one-piece curly maple veneer on the resonator.
Note: the OB-250LW tone rim is also available for individual purchase and fits most Epiphone and Gibson banjos.
12/1/1920 - Maurice Bolyer known as “Canada's King of the Banjo” is born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada. Read more....
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