There are some guitars you never forget – custom models, one-off wonders, and breathtaking vintage instruments. Or maybe you're looking for some inspiration for that next new guitar. This gallery features great instruments that have come and gone from Mass Street Music, but many may be available as custom orders or might even be already reordered and on their way back in stock. Just give us a call at 1-800-747-9980 or email us at for information on availability of instruments and items you see here.
Many of the vintage instruments are one-of-a kind and have come and gone, but you can see the great used and vintage instruments that often come our way. Just click on any brand to see what we've offered.
Blazer & Henkes
Divided by 13
Huss & Dalton
With a bold sound and great look, this Gold Tone ResoUke Concert Ukulele is downright cool and delivers an amazing sound for uke fans. This metal resonator uke is great player, built for the long haul, and really makes its presence known with a wonderful yet powerful tone. This has a Mahogany neck, Maple bridge, and a bone nut and comes complete with a padded uke gig bag too. This Gold Tone ResoUke Concert Ukulele is one of the most fun ways around to get your uke on.
Ready for the stage, this Gold Tone GT-750 Banjitar combines the twang of a banjo with the set up of a guitar. This has six strings and tuned in fourths, so if you want that banjo sound but don't want to learn an entirely new instrument, the GT-750 is perfect.
Loaded with an SMP pickup it's ready to play live, and even has a volume control to adjust your sound on stage. It has a specially designed bell brass tone ring with a unique lip which increases sustain and overall volume. Curly Maple resonator, Maple rim, and a Maple neck. This Gold Tone GT-750 Banjitar is great for the banjo or guitar player alike. Hard case available.
This Gold Tone CC-50RP Cripple Creek Resonator is such a great value...excellent for those starting out or as a second for pros. Good quality banjo tuners that you'd find on higher priced models are installed on this, plus an armrest is already bolted on so you won't rough up your forearm on the lugs! The neck is very comfortable. The matte finish makes moving up and down the neck a breeze.
This has a full walled resonator, Maple neck with Ovangkol fingerboard and planetary tuners. Great sound, great quality and check it out - great price too. Check out the tone on this Gold Tone sound clip. This Gold Tone CC-50RP Resonator banjo comes with a gig bag too.
This beautiful Gold Tone GRS Resonator is a very cool and well designed round-necked res with wonderful playability and a great, classic sound. The body here is steel with chrome finished back and sides, and features a Paul Beard designed handspun aluminum cone. The neck is Mahogany, with a Rosewood fretboard with binding. The nutwidth is 1 3/4" with a bone nut. This Gold Tone GRS Resonator is a really well-built instrument at a really great price. Hard case available for $99.
This Gold Tone OB-250 Orange Blossom Banjo delivers on all counts, and comes complete with a set up from our shop and a Gold Tone hard case. This has a beautiful and powerful tone, a beautiful Maple resonator, and sand cast brass tone ring. All the details are here too from the beautiful heart and flower inlays adorning the Ebony fretboard right down to the Grover tuners. This has a 26 3/16" scale and a 1 3/16" nutwidth. One of the finest from Gold Tone and one of the best values we've seen in a full resonator banjo. Hard case included with this Gold Tone OB-250 Orange Blossom Banjo. Check it out for yourself with this OB-250 audio clip.
Great for clawhammer or frailing, the Gold Tone MM-150 Banjo is loaded with rich warmth. Gold Tone's original open back, it has a Whyte Ladye tone ring, a Maple neck, and a scooped Rosewood fretboard. It's thinner (1/2") Maple rim provides more space in the sound chamber, creating a broad and resonant tone. With a Vega-style armrest, chrome hardware, snowflake inlays, and a Curly Maple headstock finish, this banjo has just the right amount of aesthetic flare. It has planetary tuners, a brass tension hoop, and a 1 3/16" bone nut. This Gold Tone MM-150 Banjo is a great value.
This Gold Tone IT-250 Irish Tenor Banjo is super cool. A short scale tenor (19 3/4"), it is tuned like a mandolin but an octave lower, making it easy for mandolin players to pick up and master. Great tone and volume thanks to a Whyte Ladyie tone ring, its thin Maple rim increases resonance and sustain. It has a Maple neck, a small Vega-style armrest, and a Brass tension hoop with shoe style lugs. This Gold Tone IT-250 Irish Tenor Banjo looks fantastic with Vintage Brown stain, Cloud inlays, and a pearl headstock inlay. Hard case available.
If you've been thinking about a resonator, you'd be hard pressed to find a better value than this Gold Tone PBR Roundneck Resonator. We've been really impressed with this line. Designed by Paul Beard, this features some of his best, including USA made Beard cones and spiders. It's a Mahogany body and a Rosewood fingerboard. The body has a classic, high gloss vintage style burst. Though it's a real value, they have not scrimped on quality at all- this has a bone nut, Dobro style tailpiece, sealed adjustable tuners with metal buttons. It sounds great and is a heck of a lot of fun to play. Case not included with this Gold Tone PBR Roundneck Resonator, but you can add on a Mass St Music gig bag here or the great Gator Hybrid Case here.
If you've been thinking about trying mandolin, this Gold Tone GM-50 Mando is a great intro (also makes a great second mando) that won't set you back at the bank. It's not fancy, but it's a real solid player with great sound and looks, and it's a real value. This has a solid Spruce top with Maple laminate back and sides, a Maple neck plus nice detailing like a bone nut and black neck binding. It's a 1 1/8" nutwidth on a Rosewood fingerboard. Love the burst on this Gold Tone GM-50 too. Case not included, but you can add on a Boulder Alpine gig bag here
Without a doubt, this is a great deal...this used Gold Tone CC-50RP Cripple Creek Resonator, even if it were new is such a great value. This used one though is in Excellent condition. In addition to great sound and a great price, we love the Cripple Creek for all its great details like good quality banjo tuners that you'd find on higher priced models and an armrest. This would make a great starter or second banjo. It has a full walled resonator, Maple neck with Ovangkol fingerboard and planetary tuners. Great sound, great quality and you can't beat this used price with a stick. USED
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