One of the great things about Cello Banjos is that they can go so many places, musically, without their sound being overly identified with a particular genre of music. Between the 4 and 5-string models, you can cover a lot of ground, culturally, such as old-timey American tunes, blues, jazz and classical music, to many styles of music from around the world.
I wasn't surprised when Béla Fleck began using a Gold Tone Cello Banjo for his collaboration with African musicians on "The African Project."
Other banjoists who are making good use of the the CEB-5 include Tony Trischka, Cathy Moore and Mike Iverson. Cathy and Mike got their Cello Banjos through BanjoCrazy.com. Check out the other Cello Banjo videos on YouTube by these and other fine players.
Cello Banjo Specialist
Paul can assist you in choosing the perfect Cello Banjo and suggest custom set up and strings for the best sound.
What Wayne A. Rogers, founder and President of Gold Tone has to say about Paul....
"Paul Roberts of BanjoCrazy.com has set up his site featuring our cello banjos and has provided history, interviews, playing techniques, collections of music and videos, and a wealth of information on the specifications. If you’re interested in learning more about cello banjos, visit BanjoCrazy.com and talk to Paul who is an authority on this special instrument.”
Wayne A. Rogers
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