Banjo master Jens Kruger plays and talks about the Maple Blossom banjo, including his thoughts on the benefits of a radiused fingerboard.
May 29, 2015
Deering Banjo's Maple Blossom has been a solid part of the Deering lineup of instruments for many years. In this video, Jens Kruger of the Kruger Brothers plays a Maple Blossom and talks about the significance of the radius fingerboard that will soon be a feature on Maple Blossom banjos. For Kruger, the similarity in feel between the radius fingerboard of a guitar and that of the Maple Blossom makes switching between the instruments more comfortable.
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