Artists who play a Deering do so for no other reason than because they love to play a Deering. They love the neck. They love the build quality. They love the tone. Over the years, Deering has had the unique pleasure of working alongside some of the worlds greatest musicians and it is an absolute honor and privilege whenever we see one of our banjos on stage or in a music video. Deering is grateful to all of the artists who play our instruments and for the support that they have displayed over the years and for that, Deering would like to present the new “Artist Series” - a collection of collaborations with a select few artists that we have worked with over the years. And as more and more artists are using our banjos in a variety of different ways, you can expect to see more additions to this series!
438,48 €We are proud to announce the release of the Dropkick Murphys Tenor Goodtime banjo. It's an all maple banjo with a hard rock maple neck and a violin grade maple rim for an awesome tone. It's tuned in fifths G,D,A,E just like an octave mandolin so the fingering is easy for mandolin and violin players.
Only a limited run of banjos will be available in this unique Dropkick Murphys design.
"The Goodtime open back is the most affordable Tenor banjo you can get!
It's light and very easy to play which makes it perfect for beginners.
I use it for writing and rehearsal, its' light weight makes it perfect for traveling."
It's never a bad time with a Goodtime..."mehr dazu
Jeff DaRosa - Dropkick Murphys