Free Shipping in Canada over $149!*   All prices are in CAD 

Gold Tone CC-50 Cripple Creek Banjo

This item is currently out of stock but is available for purchase. Once your order has been placed, you will be contacted with an expected delivery date.
Regular Price: $569.00
On Sale For: $499.00
The Cripple Creek CC-50 is an entry-level banjo designed for easy learning, specifically designed to play effortlessly, sound great and be affordable. The openback CC-50 is ideal for "old time" or folk-style banjo playing. The hard maple neck and maple rim, guitar-style tuners, geared fifth-string tuning peg, single coordinator rod, straight-line tailpiece, rosewood fingerboard and rolled brass tone ring combine to make a lightweight, all-wood instrument that's ideal for the student or for experienced picker in need of a second banjo. Completely set up at the Gold Tone factory in Florida, The CC-50's price includes a gig bag for easy transport.

This mode is a demo/display model and may have slight cosmetic scratches.



Model: CC-50
Manufacturer: Gold Tone
SKU:  ae00-3963^CC-50
Manufacturer Part #:  CC-50

Customer Reviews

(0.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 0

Why Tapestry Music?

Tapestry Music has been a BC family owned business since 1996.  With 3 locations in White Rock, Vancouver and Victoria, Tapestry offers in store & online shopping, music lessons and repair services. As a music education specialist, Tapestry is respected and recommended by music educators across Canada.

Best Price

Guarantee

Tapestry will match the selling price of any identical product from any Canadian retailer that has that item in-stock, up until 30 days after purchase.

FREE SHIPPING

On overs $149

We don't charge shipping or handling on orders over $149 (before tax and shipping calculation). There are a few reasonable exceptions like very large or heavy items as well as shipping to remote areas.

30-Day

Returns

Exchange or return for full refund items purchased within 30 days if in unused new condition and in original packaging.

Loading...