Uniquely Deering, The Boston banjo breaks with tradition and provides a professional quality sound at a lower price point by creating the drum from 3/16″ rolled steel which rings like a tone ring and upgrading the accuracy of tuning with guitar style tuners with a higher gear ratio.
For Traditional Jazz, or for guitar players, the Boston Plectrum is an easy instrument to play with a lighter weight than the higher end banjos, it's durable and has a good tone.
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.
A great recording tenor banjo with resonator for sound projection, the Boston 17-fret tenor works for Irish, traditional jazz, or any style you like to play.
The Boston 6 String banjo is tuned like a guitar so guitar players can instantly start playing this type of banjo. It has big resonant bass notes that you don't find on a 5-string banjo, and also crisp highs for that beautiful banjo tone.
Deering's newest professional grade openback 5-string banjo. The Eagle II™ banjo is a whole new breed of banjo. It features the ground breaking, patent pending Twenty-Ten™ Tone Ring which is a completely original Deering design that gives the banjo an extremely clear tone.
Our most popular and affordable professional grade banjo now available as an openback. Greg Deering knows what it feels like to want a professional banjo and not be able to afford it, so this has become the flagship of our line.
Tuned in an E Chord, The Boston Long Neck is easier to sing with for deep voices. Made popular by Pete Seeger and the Kingston Trio the Long Neck banjo has a greater range for all styles of music.
The Eagle II, popularized by Mumford & Son's Winston Marshall, is Deering's most-affordable, professional-grade resonator 5-string banjo. The Eagle II banjo is a whole new breed of banjo.
Deering Banjos introduces a new 6-string version of the innovative Eagle II banjo. The Eagle II banjo is among the most versatile banjos available for all genres of music.
Irish Tenor banjos have the shorter 17 fret neck for a brighter, snappier sound. The Sierra 17-fret tenor has our professional -06- bronze tone ring and you get all the most important features that affect the tone and playability at an economical price.
Few instruments can truly be called American made. The Federal Trade Commission requires that "all or virtually all" of a product must be manufactured in the USA. Deering Banjo Company complies with that, and their California factory produces more banjos than any in North America. With dozens of models available, from beginner to professional, Deerings can fit any budget. Includes a limited lifetime warranty to the original owner. Banjo.com, an Authorized Deering Retailer, brings the widest selection of Deering banjos at the best prices. We've been selling Deerings since 2003! We sell new and used Deering banjos, check our website frequently as inventory changes often. If you aren't sure which Deering banjo is right for you, we can help! Be sure to check out the Deering Calico, Deering Greg Deering Limited (GDL), and the Deering Clawgrass 2. We carry many Deering banjos in-stock, but some are custom ordered.