I am happy to announce that we have just released the ultimate touring banjo as played by Winston Marshall of Mumford & Sons. It has features we have never installed on any other banjo. It is user friendly for all sound systems, light weight for modern performing and it provides the player precise sound control on board.
This banjo has a limited supply - for a low serial number order today - the Winston Marshall Signature Model banjo has just been made available and can only be ordered here: Direct Link
This link is your opportunity to see history in the making and be one of the first to own this beauty of modern technology!
Edited by - Janet Deering on 07/12/2019 06:04:08
(Coolidge peers over the top of his reading glasses...slowly reaches for his wallet)
Edited by - Coolidge on 07/12/2019 20:28:46
Typo in description. Bought vs brought.
Wood tone ring. But, with it designed to be played through a pickup it's probably not a issue.
Where’s Moooo??? He will LOVE it!
Any banjo with a Very Big Hat pictured on it, gets points from ME!
As does any banjo player named after my Mom's brand of cigarettes,
Did that last post accidentally KILL this thread??
If so, I am sorry.
I have great respect for the Deering line of products, bought one for the grandlads to learn on. Even MET Greg Deering umpty years ago, at a NAMM convention in Chicago.
He made a Very Good "first impression".
What's not to like about the innovations on the Winston Marshall. Acoustics have had these innovations for decades. I have all the gear for direct in multi-track recording and mixing. Wireless cut the guitar cord gear. While I'm loving the used Maple Blossom I purchased recently as my first banjo and it will be great when I just want to practice and play, not fussing with recording. Practically speaking the Winston Marshall is a better fit when I fire up all the recording gear, electrics, bass, piano.
Edited by - Coolidge on 07/14/2019 08:17:19
I think they should have called it the "Bluegrass Jam Bandjo". It's the quintessential ax for those who covet a low serial number.
I would like to see some youtube demo's. And just being honest here but I'm NOT a fan of the big ugly guy's head on the headstock. IMO the fretboard has all the 'signature model' stuff that is required.
Edited by - Coolidge on 07/14/2019 11:30:47