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Dreadnought body with 14-fret neck with ebony fretboard Genuine mahogany back and sides, Sitka spruce top with gloss finish High-performance neck taper Precise fret dressing and optimal string action via Plek Pro process Hand-made by skilled luthiers in the US Optional Fishman or LR Baggs electronics Hardshell case included

$2,799.00

The Goodtime Artisan Americana™ features a 12” rim, which gives the banjo a stronger bass response and a much warmer tone. The fullness and warmth of the larger rim is further enhanced by the addition of a 12” Renaissance head which beautifully complements the banjo both visually and sonically. The Artisan version of the Goodtime Americana features a rich brown stain, planetary banjo tuners, and the Midnight Maple fingerboard.
Deering Artisan Americana
Deering Artisan Americana

$879.00

The Americana™ is the first 5-string banjo from Deering to be fitted with their new Grand 12” rim, which gives the banjo a stronger bass response and a much warmer tone. The fullness and warmth of the larger rim is further enhanced by the addition of a 12” Renaissance head which beautifully complements the banjo both visually and sonically. Made in America.
Deering Goodtime Americana
Deering Goodtime Americana

$599.00

Greg Deering designed the Goodtime banjos because there were no low priced banjos of enough quality for people to actually learn on without difficulty or giving up. He remembers what it was like to want a good banjo and not be able to afford one, so his gift to others is the Goodtime banjo line. Designed for success, the Goodtime banjos are the lowest priced American made banjos. They are so good many professionals have recorded with Goodtime banjos. The Goodtime Two weighs 6 lbs – about the weight of a guitar. The Goodtime Two has a natural blonde maple with a satin finish to protect it. The rich, golden tone and the reverberation off the resonator sound great. You can definitely tell a volume difference between open back and a Goodtime Two. The sound waves aren’t getting trapped between you and the banjo, which makes a pretty big difference. If you want a great low priced bluegrass banjo for travel and leisure that plays correctly and is durable, this is the best buy on the market!
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Goodtime-Two-father-and-daughter-1-Suzanne-Gipson

$729.00

The Sierra has been our flagship upperline banjo for the last 20 years and it remains one of the most respected and sought after banjos in the world. Featuring a sleek satin finish, an -06- tone ring, ebony fingerboard, and inlays designed by Greg Deering himself, the Sierra has garnered a reputation for its reliability, its incredible tone, and quality that will perform night after night.

$2,799.00

Since 2005, Kala’s KA-15S has been the industry standard for entry-level ukulele. The quality, affordability, and simple design of the 15 Series has checked every box for a starter ukulele. For 2020, the KA-20 Series continues this legacy. Distinguished by the etched Polynesian-style Shark Teeth rosette, this ukulele is made of Meranti—a wood with lots of dots, dashes, and speckles with iridescence that highlights the flecked grain. Its natural, satin finish lets the wood be the only focus. These instruments are perfect for learning on, whether in the classroom, practicing at home, or playing an acoustic performance.

$64.99

814ce
Newly consolidated with the 814ce DLX, our flagship Grand Auditorium retains all of its sonic power with new features devoted to a smoother playing experience and updated aesthetics. In this 814ce, the classic tonewood combination of Indian rosewood and Sitka spruce still delivers its characteristic blend of warmth, low-end presence and high-range sparkle, elevated to new heights by V-Class bracing. Notes sustain longer, allowing rosewood’s rich overtones to bloom with more clarity than ever, and the advanced bracing scheme introduces greater power and tunefulness across the entire tonal spectrum for a rich and expressive sound. New features include a radius-style rosewood armrest and smoked nickel tuners, along with 800 Series standard appointments such as a smoky ebony fretboard sourced from Taylor’s Crelicam mill in Cameroon, maple binding, rosewood edge trim, an abalone rosette edged with rosewood, and mother-of-pearl Element fretboard and peghead inlays. The 814ce also includes a Venetian cutaway and our ES2 acoustic electronics, and ships in a deluxe hardshell case.

$3,799.00

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