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Deering Banjo Company

Founded in 1975 by Janet and Greg Deering, we are proud to have grown to become the largest manufacturer of banjos in America.

Whether you are a novice or a professional, there is a Deering banjo for you! Find the perfect banjo or banjo accessory. 
Start your search for YOUR banjo here!


Deering® Banjo Stand


Deering worked directly with the folks at Cooperstand to make this customized Deering wooden banjo stand. Made of African Sapele Mahogany, the stand is great for both openback and resonator model banjos. This new stand has several advantages:

·         Compact…folds down  small enough to fit into many gig bags and instrument cases. This makes traveling with one much more convenient.

·         Protects finish on your banjo…because it is made of wood, there are no metal pieces that can scratch or damage your banjo finish.

·         Stable construction… the stable, lower profile prevents running into the banjo stand, causing possible damage to the instrument.

·         Enhanced aesthetics…the wooden stand is beautifully crafted to enhance the home or studio environment.

In short, this custom Deering wooden banjo stand combines artistic good looks, versatile full size, functional strength, with minimal size compatibility, and portability. All of this in one very small package.

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Organic Deering Vintage T-Shirt


Wearing your Deering pride and helping the environment at the same time! What could be better?

We felt that bringing back the vintage style Eagle logo on an Anvil brand 5.0 oz., preshrunk 100% certified organic cotton shirt was the natural thing to do. This comfortable cotton shirt will breath with you as you walk the festival grounds. The t-shirt carries the features found on many high end manufactures like shoulder-to-shoulder taping, double-needle stitching, and sown with cotton thread.

Various colors to choose from.

All T-Shirt orders will ship via USPS and take 2-7 days to process. 

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    Deering 5-String Banjo Strings - Light Gauge


    Greg Deering knows what makes a banjo sound great. He chose the gauges for our private label string sets to meet the demands required of any playing style. These banjo strings will work great for 5-string long neck banjos and 5-string parlor banjos as well.

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    Gift Card


    Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a Deering® Banjo Gift Card.

    Gift cards are delivered by email and contain instructions to redeem them at checkout. Our gift cards have no additional processing fees.

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    Truss Rod Covers


    These banjo truss rod covers are available in Pearloid, Black, or Hardwood. Available Engraved or not engraved. Includes two small screws for installation. 

    Note: If ordering an Engraved Cover please enter the exact text in the "Add Note to Order.." box in your cart at checkout. (MAXIMUM 16 CHARACTERS)

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    Deering® Banjo Mute


    Made in the U.S.A., this solid brass mute fits 4, 5, and 6 string banjos. Adjustable for all bridge widths, this mute does not hinder right hand position. Easy on and off.

    You just slide the mute on the bridge lengthwise because one end is open.  The sound is much quieter, but still a very pleasant sound, this will help keep peace in the home when the baby is sleeping.

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    Banjo Stand Accessory Pack


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    Includes a Deering banjo stand,one set of Deering banjo strings, Deering banjo gig bag, 2 ProPik finger picks, and 1 ProPik thumb pick. 

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    Deering Custom Stoneware Mugs


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    Hand-crafted in the USA by master potters, these beautiful custom Deering stoneware 12oz. mugs will have you sipping in true banjo style!

    They are food safe, 100% lead free and non-toxic. Microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe! You have your choice of a stunning blue Midnight Madness glaze or an earthy glaze of browns and greys called Copperhead Run.

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