This is one hell of a banjo. The Deering Eagle II 19-Fret tenor banjo features 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.
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
Deering Patent Pending Twenty-Ten Tone Ring Three-Ply Violin Grade Maple Rim True Tone Deering Tailpiece Deering Brass Notched Tension Hoop 11” Top Frosted 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.
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