New Instruments: Deering, Ome & Other Banjos

Ian Pattison’s Whyte Laydie features an 11” figured maple rim with burled walnut cap, Whyte Laydie tone-ring, 18 brackets and...
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The Sierra has been Deering Banjo's most popular model for over two decades because it sounds great, plays well and is an attracti...
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Deering's Goodtime offers budget-minded players a high-quality and affordable USA-built option. The instrument features Deering's...
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The popular Good Time, with an added resonator and flange for a brighter, louder, and more focused tone. All solid maple construc...
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The Goodtime Six 6 String Banjo features a fast-feeling steel-string neck and an 11” pot to perfectly hybridize Banjo and Guitar...
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With 17 fret neck, under-side frosted head, and added resonator, the Good Time 2 Irish Tenor is a loud and bright instrument. All...
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Deering's Artisan Goodtime two features the company's Midnight Maple fingerboard, vintage artisan inspired inlays and headstock de...
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Deering offers beginner banjo enthusiasts one of the best values on the market today with its Goodtime series. Constructed of a t...
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Luthier Ian Pattison has been building fretted instruments since the early 1980’s in his Guelph, Ontario one-man shop. Although...
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Ian Pattison’s Tubaphone features a birds’ eye maple capped 11” black walnut rim fitted with a Canadian made Tubaphone style...
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One of their most popular banjos, Deering's Sierra is a professional level banjo at a price more in reach of the average consumer....
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The OME Wizard Old Time banjo features a maple tone rim with adjustable wooden dowel rod, walnut neck with a slightly wider ebony...
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