With a bluegrass resonator back for projection, The Classic Goodtime Two banjo has a 3-ply violin grade maple rim and produces a bright and clear tone that projects well and is louder than an open bac... Click To Read More About This Product
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With a bluegrass resonator back for projection, The Classic Goodtime Two banjo has a 3-ply violin grade maple rim and produces a bright and clear tone that projects well and is louder than an open back banjo. The Classic Two is enhanced with a rich brown stain, white detailing and spikes at 7, 9, and 10. The use of spikes enables you to expand your playing from the key of G to easily play in the keys of A, B and C.
Here is a banjo you can have right there by your easy chair and play between commercials or take out and play in a jam. It's a good bluegrass banjo, lighter weight and easy to carry. It's great for hours of practice with an accurate neck that is as comfortable as can be. You'll appreciate how light it is when you reach over to pick it up and enjoy playing it.
Most people who get a Goodtime banjo keep it because they love it even when they step-up to their beautiful Deering banjo. The Goodtime banjo still maintains a special place in their life and this is why you don't see a lot of Goodtime banjos on the used market. It's a banjo you can take anywhere.
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Comments about Deering Classic Goodtime Two 5-String Resonator Banjo:
This is a fantastic banjo and great for anyone learning to play banjo or even if you are more experienced than the average player. It is easy to play and has a great tone. Its weight is very good for being able to take it wherever you want as it is light enough for mobility, but still heavy enough to feel like a banjo should. I have no complaints although one thing some people might find to be difficult to get around is if you use a capo frequently, the little grooves to put the high G string in can obstruct the capo slightly. I just put the capo the opposite direction and put the 5th string in the groove to counter this and it works fine. That may have sounded like more than I meant it to be so let me get this across- It is not a huge inconvenience by any means. Overall definitely worth getting!
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