View Full Version : New Silverangels

Magnus Geijer
Mar-29-2004, 2:43pm
The Silverangel mandolins website (http://www.silverangelmandolins.com) has just been updated with several fresh pictures including a new model, Silverangel Classic. Some brilliantly good looking mandolins in my not-so-humble opinion.


(No financial interest besides being married to the web designer) http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif


Scotti Adams
Mar-30-2004, 9:52am
..nice looking stuff Ken..Im glad to see you are offering a more traditional looking F5...I know you are an artist and your creativity shines through as well as your wife's. Shes making some fine looking pieces too. Ive always liked the sound of your mandos and myself being more in the liking of the traditional F5 style find your classic F5 design right up my alley.

Mar-30-2004, 4:11pm
Interesting asymetrical two-pointer.
Although I've got mandolins costing twice as much as Laura's A's, her #17 could be the most "fun" to play. It combines easy playability and a real nice tone. She does a real nice finish too. She's learned a lot from Ken. I'd jump at the chance to play one of his.

Apr-02-2004, 12:38am
Hello...looks to me like Laura is moving towards a more traditional, Gibson style neck-body join, if I can infer this from the way the binding meets the fretboard.