oops..I didnt realize I was in the wrog forum for posting pics...Hey Scott..feel free to move them.
It's for sale?
Less talk, more pick.
I cant help but chuckle at that one Ken...but no..its not..Im under strict orders from my War Dept. to hold on to this one for a while. Ya know...its been along time since Ive had a mando with Schaller tuners....I forgot how good they are..these are super. Now if they would only come with removeable buttons with screws. I will eventually get a James TP and a Steve Smith bridge on her too.
You don't like the ones Bud set 'er up with?
..its not so much that I dont like them its that I like the looks of a Loar style bridge and I like the function of the BJ TP...what on it is fine but...hey..you know me..I like to hot rod things...
Congrats, Scotti, that is a good looking instrument. I hope it serves you well for a _long_ time.
There are two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the second. Logan Pearsall Smith, 1865 - 1946
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Yes it is a Fir top..as a matter of fact..its a 100 yr old piece of Fir..And..the back and sides are old reclaimed wood too..thanks for asking.
How's the tone?
..the tone is fantastic..for a new mando I couldnt ask for any better. I can tell "the" sound is in there just waiting to mature. Its going to be a deep, throaty mando.
That would be KayLee..my 3 yr old daughter.
ill bet he is almost as bad as me when it comes to buying, selling and trading...its so addictive!
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76 D28 Sunburst
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06 Blueridge BR160A
10 Little Martin LX1
..I know...but house expenses prevail....I dont want to do it but I need to.
Yeah but Scotti, at least you're selling it for the right reason and making a sound investment in your future... I remember a long time ago when a certain mandolin player (who shall remain un-named) sold a late 30's Gibson to raise the money to buy a brand-spanking-new Triumph Bonneville motorcycle...then proceeded to total said motorcycle...leaving said mando player in the hospital with no Gibson mandolin OR Triumph Bonneville... #
Moral of the story - it ain't easy, but you're doing the right thing!
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..yep..your right brother...its a hard thing to do...but I have to do what I have to do...Im sure I will get something else in the future....Seriously..this mando is a really good mando....probably the loudest new mando I have ever owned...and the tone is there too. It will make some one very happy....I need to let her go fairly quickly..so anybody interested give me a shout and we will talk.