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I ordered a Banjo Yukele, for my daughter for her birthday, and we were both impressed. I was impressed with the personal customer service regarding my shipping questions. And my daughter is over the moon about the quality and sound of this "Banjo-lele".
I adore my Deering Goodtime Banjo Ukulele! I did a lot of research before deciding to go with Deering, and I have not been disappointed. It's loud enough to be easily heard when playing with other instruments around the bonfire, and it always brings smiles. Thanks Deering for creating a great ukulele!
Great sound, great custermer service when ording, still getting use to the size and weight. Kind of big for a uku,hope I get use to it because I love the look and sound
I recently received my Deering Goodtime Banjo Uke. I bought after watching a demonstration by Jens Kruger playing clawhammer style. Having been interested in clawhammer uke for a while it is apparent to me that this is the instrument for this style of uke playing. I look forward to long years of pleasure with it.
Awesome! Glad you like it.
I'm 73 years old and started playing the uke about 4 1/2 years ago. After learning the basics on a soprano, I moved on to (acquiring ukes along the way) concert, tenor and baritone. Ultimately, I picked the banjo uke as my instrument of choice. Of course I needed them in a variety of sizes as well. As time went on, I found that my arthritic and somewhat deformed fingers were not happy with either the soprano banjo uke or the tenor that I acquired more recently. A few months ago I saw that Deering had come out with a concert banjo uke. Hoping that the size would fit my hand, I ordered one from Banjo Studio in New Orleans. I was pleased that they had some in stock, but was very disappointed when it arrived in two pieces. The neck had broken clear off in transit. A quick call to David at Banjo Studio put my mind at ease. He told me to send it back to him and he would try to find a replacement as soon as possible. He was true to his word. Within a few days I had a brand new Goodtime banjo uke in my hands. It has a delightful mellow sound and plenty of volume so I will be heard (for better or worse) at the bluegrass and old time jam I play in each month and the more eclectic jam that meets weekly. I am comfortable with the instrument and its low center of gravity takes a lot of stress of my left hand. What a pleasure to play with substantially less pain. Great job by both Deering and Banjo Studio