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The "Coyote" Mandolin From Weber and The Mandolin Store

By Mandolin Cafe
March 23, 2009 - 6:00 am

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Logan, Mont. — Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments and The Mandolin Store have combined efforts to produce the "Coyote", a new instrument model to be sold exclusively through The Mandolin Store.

The Coyote is available at a discounted price of $2999 and has features typically not found in this price range. This completely bound mandolin is available in both cedar and aged spruce.


Top: Solid Spruce
Bracing: Tone Bar
Back/Rim/Neck: Curly Maple
Peghead Veneer: Ebony
Peghead Inlay: The Weber Decal
Fingerboard: Bound Ebony/radius
Nut: 1 1/8" with Ivoroid truss rod cover
Scale length: 14"
Fret Markers: Mother Of Pearl
Body Binding: .080 ivoroid
Finish: Matte/Light Antique Walnut
Hardware: Textured Stainless Steel
Truss Rod: Adjustable
Bridge: Brekke Traditional Ebony

Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments is a small band of luthiers under the direction of Bruce D. Weber handcrafting world-class mandolin-family instruments and guitars in a turn-of-the-century brick schoolhouse in Logan, Montana.

For more information or to be referred to an authorized Weber dealer, contact Tony Polecastro at Sound To Earth, Ltd., (888) 886-7598, or visit their web site.

Additional information:
Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments
The Mandolin Store

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