Goodtime vs. New Goodtime Americana Video Comparison

by Jamie Latty

The combination of the new Grand 12" rim and Renaissance head gives the new Goodtime Americana a much deeper, fuller tone compared to the original Goodtime. The original Goodtime has a brighter, crisper tone.

Take a listen and see how the two compare!

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