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Gold Tone musical instruments are available through banjocrazy.com. Call Paul Roberts for more information at (970) 731-3117.

The Orange Blossom 250+ (OB-250+) is an improved version of our celebrated OB-250 with added features reserved for only the highest-quality of banjos.

Upgraded features include the JLS “Special #12” Bronze Tone Ring, a 3-ply Canadian maple rim, Gary Sosebee Select aged maple bridge, and includes a TKL deluxe arch top case and a lifetime transferable warranty.

The JLS “Special #12” Tone Ring is a replica of the Gibson tone rings used in the Granada models in the 1930’s. The maker, Jim Stull of San Antonio, Texas, has analyzed original Gibson tone rings and duplicated the exact specifications. When electronically tested for pitch, sustain, and ring, it equals the original. It also has a slightly longer “skirt” which (1) provides more contact with the wood rim and (2) provides direct contact with the heel of the neck for optimized tone.  With a complete setup at the Gold Tone Factory in Florida, this banjo will compete with just about any banjo out there… right out of the box.

Specifications

Woods
Neck Maple Resonator Gary Sosebee Aged Maple Bridge; 5/8″
Fingerboard Ebony Bridge Gary Sosebee Aged Maple Bridge; 5/8″
Finishing Touches
Wood Finish Vintage Brown Fingerboard Inlay Hearts & Flowers
Neck Binding Curly Maple Body Binding Curly Maple
Parts & Hardware
Nut Bone Tuners GT Master Plantetary Tuners
Tailpiece Straightline Tailpiece Flange One Piece Die Cast Zinc
Tone Ring JLS #12 Bell Bronze Tone Ring (Made in USA) Strings GDGBD – .010, .013, .016, .024w, .010
Rim 3-Ply Canadian Maple Plating Chrome
Tension Hoop Brass; Notched Arm Rest “Gold Tone” Engraved
Electronics
Pickup Optional SMP+
Other Features & Options
Case Options HDAR Deluxe TKL Archtop Case Included Other Options Lefty / Capo Spikes / Radiused Fingerboard
Other Finish Options Natural
Dimensions
Scale 26 3/16″ Weight 13.5 lbs
Nut Width 1 3/16″ Frets 21
Total Length 38 3/8″ Head Size 11″ Remo High Crown Frosted

 

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