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french guy
Jan-18-2006, 3:14pm
I think mandolin , I dream mandolin ( but not sleep with yet )
I work on mando , play mando , build mando ,
Is it serious doctor http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/rock.gif
Here is pics of my disease .

french guy
Jan-18-2006, 3:16pm
One more

french guy
Jan-18-2006, 3:18pm
one more

french guy
Jan-18-2006, 3:19pm
the last

otterly2k
Jan-18-2006, 3:25pm
Jean-- That's a disease I wouldn't mind having...
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phynie
Jan-18-2006, 3:28pm
as always, beautiful work.
I see you're keeping the legacy of that famous last name of yours alive. Good job!

mandopete
Jan-18-2006, 4:15pm
Very cool design, how does it sound?

JGWoods
Jan-18-2006, 4:19pm
I think mandolin , I dream mandolin ( but not sleep with yet )
I work on mando , play mando , build mando ,
Is it serious doctor http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/rock.gif
Here is pics of my disease .
It is serious- you must immediately send all your mandolins to a far away place- Massachusetts will do- contact me for the exact location and you will be cured...together we can get through this!

JEStanek
Jan-18-2006, 4:20pm
Congrats on another beauty, Jean.

Jamie

tope
Jan-18-2006, 7:59pm
Very nice design and a beautifull mando Jean. Well done

amowry
Jan-18-2006, 11:04pm
I like, I like. Nice tailpiece and fingerrest.

Austin Clark
Jan-19-2006, 8:25am
very nice.

van
Jan-19-2006, 10:56am
Bravo!

PaulD
Jan-19-2006, 11:35am
Yes, very nice indeed! I know it's cliche, but do you have a full frontal shot to post? I want to see how all the elements work together... I especially like that you offset the tuners to keep with the sweep of the tailpiece, pickgaurd, and fretboard overhang. It all ties together beautifully!

Paul Doubek

Skip Kelley
Jan-19-2006, 1:39pm
That is sweet!! I love the color, John. I have a mandolin I will be staining soon and that looks like the perfect color!! Awesome job as always!!

french guy
Jan-20-2006, 2:22am
Thanks you all for the nice replies , I will post some pics
later , and one or more pics of the entire instrument , later because I've remove all hardware for the moment , I'm about working on the "final" finish .
Thank you again .

Antlurz
Jan-21-2006, 5:42am
Do you have children? This disease you speak of might be hereditary. If so, you would be well advised to inform them of the perils at an early age so they might prepair.

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Ron

french guy
Jan-21-2006, 7:03am
Ok , here some pictures of the entire instrument
with a color more close of the reality .

french guy
Jan-21-2006, 7:04am
And the back ,

mandolooter
Jan-21-2006, 9:48am
As always, very nice and INSPIRING!
Great job!!!

jaco
Jan-21-2006, 10:16am
Encore! Sil vous plait!

Jean-Pierre WOOS
Jan-23-2006, 2:40pm
Wooooooooaaawwwwww! Jean, it's fabulous ! A great job.
I look forward to try it soon... http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif
"Si le ramage se rapporte au plumage..."
(= if the sound is like the look...)

BluegrassPhilfromFrance
Jan-23-2006, 4:44pm
De la belle ouvrage mon gars Jean, de la belle ouvrage ! http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/mandosmiley.gif Magnifico Seņor Juan ! http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif

MOP
Jan-24-2006, 3:08am
extra! http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif

red7flag
Jan-24-2006, 4:35pm
An inspired piece of work.
Tony

grandmainger
Jan-24-2006, 4:48pm
Bigre! Diantre! Crenom d'un petit bonhomme! En voila de la belle mandoline!
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Germain