Deering’s Sierra model is one of their most popular professional banjos, and the maple resonator gives this model a bright, crisp tone.
May 12, 2016
Elderly Instruments’ Keith Billick demonstrates the Deering Sierra Maple banjo. The mahogany Sierra is one of Deering’s most popular professional models, and its maple cousin has a bell-bronze tone ring, three-ply maple rim, satin finish, planetary tuning gears, and a geared fifth-string peg. The Sierra Maple has a bright, crisp tone, and you can hear that in Keith’s playing on this video
See more great mandolins, guitar, banjos, fiddle, dobros, and ukuleles at Elderly.com.
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