Let me adjust my mirror here...
I have never seen that pic before!
But my guess is it is Pee Wee.
Someday I hope to own one. I think they are beautiful. Thanks Dan for my "Avatar."
I should really be practicing instead of sitting in front of the computer.
I found it in an old Bluegrass Unlimited article on Lambert from the early '70s, funny thing is -- that's exactly how the picture appeared in the article.Originally Posted by (evanreilly @ Feb. 29 2008, 19:33)
"i gotta fever...and the only prescription is more cowbell!!"
'87 Flatiron A5-JR/'25 Gibson A-JR
Yep, that's PeeWee Lambert. He always was a sharp dresser in the Monroe tradition. And that F4 of his that is now for sale is one fine sounding/playing F4. I put it up against my '23 F4 which to me they don't get no better and this one really stays up with it. Anything connected to the original Stanley Bros. is highly collectible these days. Finding original Stanley stuff is really hard these days. There was only one F4 that cut those original recordings on the Stanleys and this is it. I'm really surprised this one got out of the Lambert family.
these are not my mando's but nice all the same.. from a japanese website..
I love all of these F4 pictures, here's mine.
...and a better look at the headstock inlay.
Gail, whooaa ! That's a stunner.. love the truss rod cover.. great colors. can we see the back ??
Thanks, here's the back.
My wife says I don't pay enough attention to what she says....
(Or something like that...)
Howdy, Here's my 1921.
I've posted this pic before. Recently had this 21 set up by David Harvey. Sounds and plays fantastic! Love F4's.
"But no well informed person ever called the picking of the mandolin music." New York Times, 1897
Hah! Not me...
This is pointless...
1924, that Dawg eventually acquired.
My 1917 and 1923 F-4s...Gary
And a closeup...Gary