You can now upgrade your blonde openback Goodtime to a resonator banjo by attaching the flange and resonator with this simple kit of parts that are easy to install.
Now available for your classic as well. Comes with Goodtime Armrest and installation instructions.
This is a replacement case handle. There are two different handles. One parallel, and the other has a perpendicular loop that straps to your case. Please refer to your current case to pick out the appropriate handle.
Pictured first is the Parallel Handle. The second picture is the associated Deering Traditional Hardshell Case.
Pictured third is the Perpendicular Handle. The fourth picture is the associated Deering Traditional Hardshell Case.
Does not include mounting hardware.
These Deering Banjo Spikes are used to capo the 5th string of your banjo. Tiny and unobtrusive these spikes will allow you to capo the 5th string of your banjo easily. The most common approach is to install spikes at frets 7, 9, and 10. They are installed by drilling a tiny hole in the finger board and carefully tapped into the hole.
Sold in packets of 12.
**If you have not installed these previously please contact Deering or a local luthier.**
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 midrange, less constricted low end frequencies, and a wonderful balance across all strings.
Please indicate if you would like the standard string spacing or the wider JD Crowe string spacing in the notes at checkout.
*The top/black portion of your banjo bridge is called “the saddle.” This saddle is made to match the shape of the surface of your banjo fingerboard. Most banjo fingerboards are “flat” meaning that they do not have a curved surface. Some banjos are custom made with a curve to the fingerboard which is called a “radiused fingerboard.” This is not to be confused with the curve of the feet of a Smile™ bridge. When choosing the Smile™ bridge please choose the one that has “the saddle” that is shaped like the surface of your fingerboard.