Deering Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze Banjo (G2-LTD-BRZ)

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  • Deering Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze Banjo (G2-LTD-BRZ)
  • Deering Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze Banjo (G2-LTD-BRZ)
  • Deering Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze Banjo (G2-LTD-BRZ)
  • Deering Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze Banjo (G2-LTD-BRZ)

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The Goodtime Two Limited Edition Bronze banjo is a special edition of the highly popular Goodtime Two model. Finished in an elegant Gold Rubbed Bronze, this banjo offers extremely durable, low-maintenance, and hypoallergenic hardware. The resonator back increases sound projection, and it is made in the USA at the Deering shop with the same tooling used for top-of-the-line banjos. This is an ideal choice for a durable, low-priced bluegrass banjo that is both playable and portable.

  • Finish: Elegant Gold Rubbed Bronze finish for durability and low maintenance.
  • Resonator: Provides greater sound projection.
  • Manufacture: Made in the USA with the same tooling as top-of-the-line banjos.
  • Fingerboard: Blonde maple fingerboard adorned with exotic hardwood Artisan style inlays.
  • Peghead: Features a "Goodtime LTD" banner logo and a complementary motif inlay.
  • Collection: Limited-Edition Bronze collection, also featuring the Goodtime Openback and Goodtime Americana models.
  • Weight: Weighs 6 lbs, comparable to a guitar.
  • Tone: Produces a rich, golden tone with great reverberation off the resonator.
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Banjo Q&A

What is a banjo resonator and what does it accomplish?

A resonator is the back, bowl-shaped part of a banjo that helps to reflect the sound out to your audience, thus making the banjo sound louder and brighter. This is in contrast to an open-back banjo, which does not have a resonator.


What is the difference in sound between a resonator banjo and an open-back banjo?

Resonator banjos project the sound toward the audience with more ringing (resonation). Open-back banjos have a more mellow and softer sound, but are sometimes preferred by banjo players of different play styles. Open-back banjos are preferred by old-time clawhammer banjo players, while newer bluegrass players sometimes prefer the louder ringing sound of a resonator banjo.


What banjo should a beginner buy?

We always recommend beginners pick up an instrument that they will proudly play and learn on. For this reason, we recommend banjos which provide a good value, without being cost prohibitive.  Fortunately, some big names in banjos have continued to manufacture impeccable, affordable banjos which are perfect for beginners. We recommend beginners look at purchasing the following banjos:


What is the most common type of banjo

The most common type of banjo, especially in the US, is the 5-string banjo. The 5th string of the 5-string banjo is called the "thumb string" or "drone string" because of the clawhammer technique of thumb-picking the 5th string in syncopation with the other 4 strings.


How is a standard 5-string banjo tuned?

5-string banjos are most commonly tuned in "Open G" tuning. Starting from the 5th string to the 1st string, the notes are tuned G, D, G, B, D.


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