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February 1, 2015 | Deering Goodtime Tenor Banjo w/Deluxe Bag

One of our coolest discoveries at the 2008 NAMM show was the line of entry level banjos at the Deering booth, "Goodtime Banjos." Street-priced in the mid $400s, they offer a respectable birch/maple rim 4-string tenor banjo worthy of attention.

Of course they are known world-wide for their prestigious high end product, but these beginner instruments remain a serious contender for the banjo hobbyist looking for quality. Manufactured in the Deering factory in California, the instrument is capable of rich and vibrant tone.

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We bought one and took the advice of a professional and upgraded the head to a Remo Fibreskyn and packed it in a thickly padded deluxe RockBag gigbag. The instrument was used for accompaniment to torture a 10 year-old violinist at her violin recital.

Video Performance: Boccherini and Banjo

Goodtime Specs:
Tenor 19 Fret
Slender Rock Maple Neck
Birch and Maple Rim
Satin Finish
Adjustable Tailpiece
Geared Tuners
$516 suggested list price

Builder's website: Deering Banjos Goodtime Tenor 4-string Banjo

Posted by Ted at February 1, 2015 9:04 AM


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