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Canuck
Apr-06-2009, 11:15am
:) Well, after a long year and a half wait I am a proud owner of a new mandolin from builder Larry Muth. This is his mandolin # 71 and the first ever two point.
It was a fun process with Larry sending construction photos as he went along. Some agonizing decisions had to be made, particularly in regard to finish options, hardware, etc. I am absolutely thrilled with the end result and have no regrets. Very cool looking mando. Thanks Larry !
Wonder where the other 70 are ? Muth owners out there ?

Dfyngravity
Apr-06-2009, 11:20am
That is one fine looking mandolin there. The quilted back is just stunning! I have heard a lot of good things about Muth mandolins but I have not heard one.....so lets hear how that baby sings!

JEStanek
Apr-06-2009, 11:22am
Looks great! Congratulations. Very sleek.

Jamie

Gerry Cassidy
Apr-06-2009, 11:24am
Man-Oh-Man! Just gorgeous.

Have fun with that beauty!

pickloser
Apr-06-2009, 11:43am
Congratulations! Looks fantastic.
:mandosmiley:

Jason Kessler
Apr-06-2009, 12:47pm
Just pretty much perfect...

AW Meyer
Apr-06-2009, 2:00pm
:)
Wonder where the other 70 are ? Muth owners out there ?

Well, I own #56. It was born in 2006.

Mike Crocker
Apr-06-2009, 6:56pm
Wonder where the other 70 are ? Muth owners out there ?

I know a guy who has an early one, number 4 maybe. It's an F style.

Skip Kelley
Apr-07-2009, 6:27am
Thats the best looking two point I have ever seen! I love that maple back! Congratulations!!

wolfsong
May-17-2010, 3:08am
yep I have one as well a beaut of an a model seen in my avitar

swinginmandolins
May-17-2010, 9:39am
Congrats! Great looking mandolin!

Mike Crocker
May-18-2010, 10:42am
Didn't realize how old this thread was. Already answered it!

Peace, Mike.

steve V. johnson
May-18-2010, 8:16pm
Congratulations! I really like the points design. Excellent.

Enjoy well and long,

stv

Canuck
May-20-2010, 10:38pm
Wow. Wierd. I haven't been to the forum in a long time and the first thing I see is my resurrected thread.
Can't believe I missed my mandolin's first birthday. Thanks Wolfsong.

wolfsong
May-25-2010, 11:30pm
So how has the sound developed in this first year? Can you tell much difference?

grassrootphilosopher
May-26-2010, 3:38am
With the thread being 1 year old and no soundclips so far, you must have worked really hard to get that soundclip just right. IŽll be looking forward for it.

Hungry Hill from Canada has a Muth mandolin in the band. It sounds nice with a distinctive tone. Unlike a Lloar and entirely different when you play it than to when you hear it being played, but nice.