The PS-250 evokes the jazz banjos of the late 1920s and early 1930s with its vintage design and huge tone. The pot assembly features a bell brass flat-top tone ring, a one-piece flange, and a fourteen-inch mahogany resonator that helps the PS-250 produce a powerful statement in any ensemble or solo setting. This twenty-two fret plectrum banjo offers comfortable, low action for easy chording and maximum ease of fretting. It can be played in the traditional CGBD tuning or the DGBE Chicago tuning. Available as a left-handed model.


  • Bell Brass Tone Ring.
  • GT Master Planetary Tuners.
  • 3-Ply Maple Rim.
  • Vintage Brown Finish.

Product Specifications: 

  • Finish: Vintage Brown.
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood.
  • Bridge: Maple with Ebony Cap.
  • Tuners: GT Master Planets.
  • Inlay: Hearts & Flowers.
  • Truss Rod: Two-Way Adjustable.
  • Tone Ring: Bell Brass.
  • Rim: 3-Ply Maple.
  • Tension Hoop: Notched Steel.
  • Binding: White ABS.
  • Brackets: 24.
  • Buttons: C-Style.
  • Hardware: Chrome Plated.
  • Pickups: Optional.
  • Tailpiece: GT-Cast.
  • Resonator: 14" Mahogany.
  • Armrest: Gold Tone Engraved.
  • Head: 11" HC Smooth.
  • Number of Frets: 22.
  • Nut Width: 1-3/16" Bone.
  • Scale Length: 26-3/16".
  • Weight: 12 lbs.
  • Tuning: DGBD.
  • Strings: .024w, .016, .013, .010.
  • Option 1: Beard.
  • Option 2: Fishman Rare Earth Pickup.
  • Bag: HPB (Optional).
  • Left-Handed Available: Yes.
Accessories Included:
  • Hard Case.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • PS-250 4-String Resonator Plectrum Special Banjo
  • Vintage Brown
  • 2022

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Gainesville, FL, United States
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