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Wingfan
Apr-27-2009, 10:25pm
Here is my 614 I got here on Mandolin cafe!
Thanks! Ben!!!:mandosmiley:http://DSCF3454

Wingfan
May-03-2009, 5:47pm
42005

Bill Snyder
May-04-2009, 5:28pm
Fine looking mandolin. It should bring you lots of happy playing time.

LKN2MYIS
May-04-2009, 6:03pm
Md904d ibma#13

Dfyngravity
May-04-2009, 6:03pm
Hey, that mandolin there looks a little familiar. It seems as if you are enjoying it pretty well. It sure was a very nice sounding F4 mandolin, very well balanced and had plenty of power.

JEStanek
May-04-2009, 7:36pm
There are a bunch more in the Eastman Social Group (http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/group.php?groupid=27) and in this thread. (http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14446&highlight=eastmans) I bet there are more since then... I gotta take a picture of my 805D.

Jamie

Plectrosaurus
May-04-2009, 10:12pm
Here is my 515, ready for a nap.

trainmaster
May-06-2009, 8:02am
This is my 815sv eastman, .080 frets and artwork done by bryan england @ custom inlay inc.

Jim DeSalvio
May-06-2009, 5:03pm
Here is my Eastman 805 Double Point. I really enjoy this one and it plays like a dream due to the fine set-up work done by Dennis at The Mandolin Store.

Greenmando
May-06-2009, 6:30pm
my 804d
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b109/ferretkona/Mandolins/804d4.jpghttp://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b109/ferretkona/Mandolins/804d2.jpg

my other 804d
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b109/ferretkona/Mandolins/DSC02405-1.jpg

ChrisStewart
May-11-2009, 9:48am
This is my 815sv eastman, .080 frets and artwork done by bryan england @ custom inlay inc.

That is a fine looking mando -what all is custom? (frets, truss rod cover, ?)

trainmaster
May-12-2009, 6:10am
Truss rod cover,mop
.080 frets,
fossil nut,
fern design in alabam.


All by jason & bryan @ custominlay.com
thanks

Caleb
May-12-2009, 6:26am
My antiqued 505.

DLS1
May-12-2009, 12:00pm
Here's my distressed 615 varnish. The finish starting checking right after I got it and hasn't stopped. It looks 80 yrs. old, and sounds like it.
Dave

Caleb
May-12-2009, 1:27pm
Beautiful mandolin, Dave. I really love that burst, and I hardly ever like a burst finish. That's a keeper.

~o)

Chuck Naill
May-12-2009, 3:44pm
Nice mandolin, Trainmaster.

boogie
May-15-2009, 7:59am
This is my new Eastman 615--an upgrade from my old $40 pawnshop Framus mandolin

Chris Keth
May-15-2009, 12:48pm
This is my new Eastman 615--an upgrade from my old $40 pawnshop Framus mandolin

Wow, the back on that looks great! I like that orientation of the flame much better than the usual straight-across-the-back orientation.

Bob Borzelleri
May-15-2009, 1:59pm
Here is my 615. You can't see the VooDoo thing, but you can hear it.

I couldn't resist using the maple table as a backdrop.