This package is perfect for the player who wants to maintain a beautiful sound on their Deering Banjo by replacing the Top Frosted head, or try a new one for a custom look and voice.
This package includes the necessities for changing your banjo head.
*For Deering, Vega, and Tenbrooks Banjos only. Will Not Fit Goodtime Banjos. Deering Smile Bridge type included will complement your string selection*
Deering’s new patent-pending Smile™ Banjo Bridge is created to fit into the natural curve created on a banjo head when under string tension. This relieves the stress found in a traditional bridge allowing the Smile™ Bridge to vibrate without constriction. The result is an instantly fuller and more expressive mid-range, less constricted low-end frequencies, and a wonderful balance across all strings.
This new and innovative GRIP banjo peg winder by Music Nomad illustrates the high quality, versatility, and ease. It features:
HERE ARE THE WIDE SELECTION OF BANJO HEADS TO CHOOSE FROM:
Top Frosted- The most popular head made for a 5-string banjo. Crisp bright with a good snap, not too much sustain, good clarity and note distinction.
Black-Mellow in tone with long sustain, lots of low frequency response and not a crisp as a clear or bottom frosted head. More sustain that the fiberskyn.
Renaissance-Smooth top & opaque honey color. Tone is a brighter than found in the fiberskyn head. Another favorite of old time clawhammer players.
Fiberskyn-Warm, round character. A favorite with old time clawhammer players.
Clear-Sweet tone with clear distinction and long sustain, a bit less bass response than the bottom frosted head.
Prism-Showy appearance with smooth surface like a black head but brighter in tone, popular for tenor, plectrum,and Crossfire banjos both for tone and appearance.
Kevlar-Tends to emphasize the high frequencies like you would hear in an arch top banjo, stiffer with a surface texture like an orange peel. This head sustains well and is crisp. It is sweet and strong on the six string banjos.
Bottom Frosted-Popular with tenor and plectrum banjoists because the smooth outer surface is quieter when strumming. The head has good bass response.
Save on our most popular Goodtime banjos - the Goodtime openback and the Goodtime Two - at your favorite Deering dealer today!
Learning how to play the banjo is no different. There are different types of banjos and plenty of new terminology for parts of banjos and playing styles. Aspiring players also wonder what makes one banjo better than another.
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