Paul Merlo, winner of the Design a Weber Give-a-Way, posted this video on our FaceBook Page- Thanks Paul!
Added the pics of the instrument that I found in my image file...
11 inch scale, 1 1/8 inch nut width. Call or email Cameron for details!
5 Bucks for a Weber
While I try to get videos up on our website Player, I confess to always being WAY behind. Several of our Dealers do a fine job however, and following is one comparing the Gallatin A with a Gallatin F
I just heard about this, and thought some budding performers out there might be interested...
The following profile by SHEL might explain the setup better than I.
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I thought this one was cool- pictures to follow of the Black Ice Mandolin, itself.
We are happy the production's band is playing several Weber mandos: Bitterroot F, Yellowstone A, an Aspen and a Hyalite.
Updated Mar-22-2012 at 4:05pm by Mary Weber
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The 10th Anniversary Mandolin. Let me explain
Bruce has only had time to make three, and there were 10 planned. I am not at all sure there is enough time left in the Weber universe to build all ten at this rate, but he is now offering the instrument as an mandola, octave, or mandocello. Call the shop if you have an interest- these do take quite awhile to build and you might want to get the project started.
Check out the Thread, for the video and discussion.
Originally Posted by Mary Weber
Great, Brett! Man, a lot goes on around here and I have to read about it on mandolincafe...