$ 7,995.00

This banjo is in excellent condition and sounds great. It features standard, period-correct gold-plated hardware with Granada engraving. The gold is pristine. 

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Original price was: $ 6,899.99.Current price is: $ 6,249.99.

This is an extraordinary example of a Stelling Golden Cross purchased from a private collector. Call Banjo Warehouse today: 404-218-8580.

Original price was: $ 449.99.Current price is: $ 349.99.

Gold Tone brings back the high-quality, low-priced beginner Bluegrass banjo!

Original price was: $ 439.99.Current price is: $ 349.99.

The Cripple Creek CC-50 is an entry-level banjo designed for easy learning, specifically designed to play effortlessly, sound great and be affordable.

Original price was: $ 1,199.99.Current price is: $ 949.99.

The Recording King Madison RK-R36 is for every banjo player looking for a high-quality, great-sounding instrument that won't break the bank.

Original price was: $ 199.99.Current price is: $ 149.99.

Winner of the "Best in Show" award at Summer NAMM 2018, these Little Gem Banjo Ukes feature a composite see-through plastic rim and resonator and are available in 4 "gem" colors (DiamondAmethystSapphire, and Ruby)

Original price was: $ 2,499.99.Current price is: $ 1,799.99.

The "plus" in the OB-250+TP is the ultra-premium JLS #12 tone ring.

Original price was: $ 1,249.99.Current price is: $ 999.99.

"Pre-war" style, at a price anyone can afford, AND authentic tone and superb playability describe the OB-150.

Original price was: $ 799.99.Current price is: $ 549.99.

The CC-100R plus is a newbie player's dream come true.

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