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A Time For Inspiration

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 19, 2012 6:38:48 PM / by Carolina Bridges posted in 5-String Banjo, banjo lesson, Playing Tips, banjo tips, Deering Banjos, Email Articles, Goodtime, Greg Deering, Jens Kruger, video

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How Banjos Work

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 19, 2012 4:59:27 PM / by Barry Hunn posted in 5-String Banjo, banjo lesson, banjo maintenance, Banjo Set Up, banjo tips, banjo tuning, Greg Deering, Your Deering

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For a musician, the banjo offers acoustic power, super responsiveness to any kind of touch, brightness that can cut through the sound of an ensemble, warmth and richness to accompany voices and other instruments, and a tone character that is completely unique in the world of musical instruments. But how does all this happen?

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The Allure of the Tenbrooks

[fa icon="calendar'] May 24, 2012 1:32:14 PM / by Carolina Bridges posted in 5-String Banjo, Deering Banjos, Email Articles, Greg Deering, Inside Deering, Jens Kruger, Legacy, Saratoga Star, Tenbrooks

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What is it about a “classic” that draws folks throughout the ages? The timeless draw of a classic of anything is that it combines in its makeup a cross-generational desire for excellence. It is as if the designer was inspired by something greater than himself to create an item that could bring out the best in others.

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Greg Deering honored with Distinguished Eagle Scout Award

[fa icon="calendar'] May 15, 2012 5:58:27 PM / by Jamie Deering posted in Boy Scouts of America, Deering Banjos, Distinguished Eagle Award, Greg Deering, Inside Deering, News

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The Distinguished Eagle Scout Award is a distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America established in 1969. It is awarded to an Eagle Scout for significant service and national level recognition in ones profession and a strong record of continued community volunteer involvement for a period of at least 25 years after attaining the level of Eagle Scout as a youth.

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