The new Deering Goodtime Artisan series banjos replace the Classic Goodtime banjos and include a brown satin finish, planetary tuners, and a “Midnight Maple” fingerboard.
August 15, 2016
Elderly Instruments presents Jeff Norman demonstrating a new 11-inch open-back Goodtime Artisan banjo made by Deering Banjos. The banjos in the Goodtime Artisan series are replacing the classic Goodtime banjos, and include new features like a brown satin finish, planetary tuners, “Midnight Maple” fingerboard, and mother-of-pearl inlays. The Goodtime Artisan banjo that Jeff demonstrates here has a scooped fingerboard with no tone ring. You can also get this banjo with a tone ring and with a non-scooped neck, and you can choose from many other options as well.
See more about the Goodtime Artisan Series at Elderly Instruments.
See more great mandolins, guitar, banjos, fiddle, dobros, and ukuleles at Elderly.com
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