|Comments||Today we have an excellent condition Deering Boston 19-Fret Tenor Banjo from 1999. There’s very little wear anywhere on the instrument. It’s lighter in weight due to the innovative steel rim construction that you can also find in the Deering Boston 5 string and Boston 6 string banjos. This steel rim creates excellent note distinction, clarity, and sparkling crispness making it one of the all time favorites.Here’s what Deering says about this instrument:”A great recording tenor banjo with resonator for sound projection, the Boston 19 fret tenor works for dixieland jazz, traditional jazz, or any style you like to play. Tuned in fifths, C,G,D,A it is easily fingered by mandolin or violin players because the chord fingering is the same. This lighter weight Jazz banjo is easy to play and incredibly durable for years of enjoyment!”|
|Serial Number||03 3273 99- 7512, built March 1999.|
|Pricing||$979 with case. SOLD|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with unbound ebony fingerboard.|
|Frets||19 frets with minimal wear.|
|Body||cast steel pot.|
|Hardware/electronics||Grover guitar style tuners.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well and we will of course set the instrument up to the player’s requirements.|
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