Following the success of the Bob Carlin models, the BC-350 and BC-350+, Gold Tone introduced a new brother, the BC-120. This economically priced version of the BC line has many of the features of its costlier relative such as the 12" rim and rolled brass tone ring for increased mid-range and bass response, a fingerboard scoop to play over the neck for a deeper tone, a wider fingerboard to facilitate drop thumb, a "hot-dog" vintage-style armrest, Renaissance banjo head, and No Knot tailpiece. Other features exclusive to this model include the dual coordinator rod configuration, rosewood fingerboard, bone nut, and geared tuners. For those that want to get into a 12" banjo at the beginner price, the BC-120 is for you.
The BC-120 includes a padded gig bag.
|Neck||Maple||Fingerboard||Rosewood w/ Frailing Scoop|
|Bridge||Maple w/ Ebony Cap; 5/8"|
|Wood Finish||Vintage Brown||Fingerboard Inlay||Dot / Shooting Star|
Parts & Hardware
|Tailpiece||No Knot||Tone Ring||Rolled Brass Tone Ring|
|Strings||GDGBD - .010, .013, .016, .024w, .010||Rim||12" maple|
|Plating||Chrome||Arm Rest||"Hot Dog" Armrest|
Other Features & Options
|Case Options||Includes Padded Gigbag; Optional HD15-M TKL Hardshell Case||Other Options||Lefty / Capo Spikes / Planetary Tuners|
|Nut Width||1-5/16"||Frets||18 Medium|
|Total Length||38"||Head Size||12" Remo Renaissance; High Collar|
Suggested Retail Price: $860.00