Deering "Eagle II" Banjo Soars
    with New Tone Ring
    Featuring a new original Deering patent-pending tone ring design created from a special brass alloy, Deering’s new maple “Eagle II” banjo sings with an unexpected brightness, clarity, and powerful projection that most listeners will be stopped in their tracks! Everything about the Eagle banjo is new and different. The traditional Deering flange design has been replaced with a shoe and plate style flange with the Eagle hole pattern which is a softly flowing 6-pointed ribbon pattern evenly spaced throughout the highly reflective nickel plating. The maple wood of the neck and resonator are stained in a rich brown and enhanced with a high gloss finish. A striking new engraved inlay pattern designed by Greg Deering in a beautiful Victorian style dresses the ebony fingerboard. This newest inlay illustrates not only the master’s touch, but is a salute to the rich traditions of early-American art and banjo craftsmanship. Greg Deering set out to build a beautiful banjo that is even more affordable and with new tooling and creative manufacturing.
     Deering Banjo Company has spent over three decades of dedication to bringing their customers innovation, the ultimate in banjo tone, responsiveness, ease of play, and exquisite beauty. These decades of experience have been poured into the new Eagle banjo.  The lightest touch of the strings unleashes a dazzling blend of low and high frequencies with very rich mid-tones while more aggressive play is met with an equally driving tone. Deering’s Eagle banjo is among the most versatile banjos available for all genre of music. It also carries the same adjustability, comfortable neck profile, and lifetime warranty that is a staple of Deering’s high quality American made banjos.
Stop by and give one of these outstanding new banjos a workout.  Feel free to email us with any questions.
                                                                  Al Worthen
Mountain Music
Old Forge, NY