New “Martin” Banjo from Deering

Image634750878364715335Spring Valley, CA (PRWEB) June 12, 2012

Deering Banjo Company introduces the latest in Steve Martin inspired Goodtime banjos. The new Rare Bird Alert Goodtime banjos are now available and include a full accessory package.

Included in the accessory package is a Deering gig bag with the Deering logo, a strap, an electronic tuner, a full set of picks, and the combo pack of Steve Martin’s Rare Bird CD plus the banjo tablature book.

Image634750889218596142All of this retails for only $649 for the open back style and $859 for the resonator model. These are available through authorized Deering dealers or factory direct . 

The logo was inspired by the cover of Steve Martin’s Grammy nominated CD, Rare Bird Alert. There is a unique peghead design of a bird with wings open wide playing a banjo plus the words “Rare Bird Alert.” The fingerboard has hardwood, bow tie inlays and the banjo is made in a natural color with a satin finish. The banjo neck is crafted out of hard rock maple and the rims use 3-plys of violin grade maple.

Deering Banjo Company was founded in 1975 as the world’s specialist in banjos and has grown to become the largest manufacturer of American made banjos in the world. Located in Spring Valley, CA, Deering produces all of its quality 4-string, 5-string, 6-string, and 12-string banjos in the same US facility and boasts the most knowledgeable team in the industry. Always on the cutting edge of banjo innovation, Deering is proud to have artists such as Bela Fleck, Mumford and Sons, Steve Martin, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, the Avett Brothers, and Dropkick Murphys play their banjos.

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