Re: Weber yellowstone
I have a 2008 Yellowstone A with oval sound hole. Love it to death. I do not play much bluegrass however, and like everyone else on this post has stated, it comes down to your taste and what you think you will play. I have never heard a bad Weber instrument, so I think you can be safe to assume you will get a very fine instrument. The real question is, does it match your taste and playing goals. Ultimately that is far more important than the price. "Bargains are relative"
Michael A. Harris
Collings MF5 Mandolin
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