The Banjo Gathering in Williamsburg, VA

@Colonial Williamsburg VA NOV. 4th-7th 2021 

At Pisgah Banjos, we believe in staying true to the historical aspects of banjo production and aesthetics that were being produced around the turn of the 20th century.  Because of this we attend the Banjo Gathering each year to learn more about current historical research relating to the banjo as well as getting to see amazing banjo collections from around the country that represent a snapshot of the banjos that were being produced during this renaissance period of banjo manufacturing.  We plan to bring our own banjos along for display and to rub elbows with banjo scholars, collectors, historians, and builders from around the country.  We learn something new everytime we attend and is a must for banjo enthusiasts and builders alike!

Banjo Shop Expansion

Pisgah Banjo is expanding! We are excited to announce that we are adding an additional 3000sf to our existing 4000 sf facility which will give us a total of 7000sf of banjo production space! The addition will feature a 2-story structure and will be the only banjo factory in the world with an elevator! We are simply out of room and in order to build banjos more efficiently while maintaining our high quality standards, we have decided to create more dedicated spaces for the different parts of our operation which in turn will let us produce more banjos simultaneously and reduce our wait time for custom banjos. Here are some pictures of the progress!

Welcoming Matt Elandt to our Pisgah Team

We would like to welcome Mathew Eldant as the newest member to the Pisgah Banjo Team!

Matt Graduated from the Roberto Venn school of lutherie in 2017 and has been working in instrument setup and repair ever since. With his experience and background, Matt has become an asset to Pisgah Banjos and we are excited to have him on board!