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Gold Tone Music Group

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Gold Tone Music Group
IndustryMusical instruments
Founded 📆1978; 46 years ago (1978) in Titusville, Florida, United States.
Founder 👔Wayne and Robyn Rogers
Headquarters 🏙️, ,
Area served 🗺️
Products 📟 Banjos, mandolins, acoustic guitars, ukuleles, other folk instruments
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Gold Tone Music Group is an American stringed instrument manufacturer founded in 1978 by Wayne and Robyn Rogers, originally known as Strings and Things Music Center.[1] They are primarily known for their various folk instruments, such as banjos, mandolins, and ukuleles.

The company's headquarters is located in Titusville, Florida, in the Space Coast region of the state. The building houses the company's warehouse, where instruments are assembled, as well as their instrument showroom.


Gold Tone Music Group oversees five brands of musical instruments and accessories.[2]

Gold Tone[edit]

Gold Tone is a producer of various folk instruments and accessories. They also produce a line of folk instrument hybrids dubbed "Folkternative." This line includes hybrids such as the mandocello and banjolele.

José Ramírez[edit]

Gold Tone Music Group is the primary U.S. distributor of Ramírez Guitars, one of the worlds most influential classical guitar manufacturers.[3] The company is headquartered in Madrid, Spain.[4]

Zero Glide[edit]

Zero Glide is a manufacturer of zero frets, which are frets placed at the headstock end of the neck of a banjo, guitar, mandolin, or bass guitar.

Earth Tone[edit]

Earth Tone is a manufacturer of calfskin drumheads.[5]

Wood Song[edit]

Wood Song is Gold Tone's line of acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars. The guitars feature the company's Zero Glide zero frets. The company aims to achieve higher player comfort with its ergo-glide top.[6]


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