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Deering Eagle II 19-Fret Tenor Banjo with Fiberskyn Head

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  • Wow! This is one hell of a banjo.  The Deering Twenty-Ten tone ring has a lot of qualities in its tone that a tubaphone tone ring does, but it seems to take it to a new level.  This is the best tenor banjo that I have ever played, and I own and play Bacon & Day Silver Bells, vintage Vega tubaphones, Paramonts and others.  I just love how this banjo has plenty of brightness, while maintaining tons of warmth.

  • Neck:

    Maple Stained a Dark Red Mahogany
    Natural Ebony Fingerboard
    19 Pressed In Nickel Silver Frets
    Original Eagle Engraved Inlays
    Slender Deering Neck Shape
    Fully Adjustable Truss Rod
    Planetary Banjo Tuners
    Gloss Finish

    Pot:

    Deering Patent Pending Twenty-Ten Tone Ring
    Three-Ply Violin Grade Maple Rim
    True Tone Deering Tailpiece
    Deering Brass Notched Tension Hoop
    11” Fiberskyn Medium Crown Head
    24 Round Hooks and ¼” Hex Nuts
    24 Bracket Shoes  
    Eagle 2-Piece Flange
    Slender Shaped Armrest
    Nickel Plated Hardware
     
    Resonator:
    Maple Stained Red Mahogany 
    White Binding
    Straight Inside Resonator Sidewalls
    Gloss Finish 
    Includes a Deering Hardshell Case

    Tuned: C,G,D,A in standard tenor tuning
    Can easily be tuned in other tunings as well.


    Warranty:

    Lifetime Warranty ensuring the quality of our materials and workmanship.

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    02/04/2014
    Annette B.

    Deering Eagle II 19-fret tenor

    After a good deal of research, I narrowed my choices down to one of Deering's tenor banjos. David, at the Banjo Studio, was quick to answer my calls and questions and happy to let me come over and try them out. (Very nice guy, very knowledgeable about the products he sells, and wonderful musician.) The winner, for me, was the Deering Eagle II 19-fret tenor. Wow! Beautiful, beautiful sound and gorgeous-looking banjo. Very well balanced with exactly "the sound" I was searching for. I can't put it down!

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