The Deering Tenor Banjo Uke with 17 frets is still tuned to GCEA and has a 12 inch Pot
This is a very cool banjo uke, still tuned to standard tuning, but has the 12 inch pot and a 17 fret neck. I'm a bluegrass banjo player but this instrument makes me want to get one of these. 17 Fret necks are what Irish tenors have, in a UKE Banjo?Awesome, and tell me this doesn't look cool too. Beats the 8 inch banjo ukes in both appearance and versatility, and I think it tops the 11 inch Deering uke too which i think is awesome too.
The 17 fret tenor banjo ukes by Deering are something special and offer you a whole new sound using the same concert banjo uke tuning providing an excellent alternative sound to the standard scale Ukelele banjos by Deering. while providing an excellent alternative sound to the standard scale Ukelele banjos by Deering.
This Tenor Banjo Uke is still tuned to standard concert uke banjo tuning, C G E A
The Deering Tenor Banjo Uke is 17 fret scale but is still tuned to standard concert uke banjo tuning, C G E A
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