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About Mary Weber
Tune Ups, Repair, Customiztion.
I'm Bruce's wife and helper. Mandolins are our life- that could be sort of sad in any other place but you will probably understand.
Logan, MT
Mandolins, Mandolas, Octave Mandolins, Mandocellos, Resonator Guitars, Arch Top Guitars
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New Color and Finish

by Mary Weber on Nov-08-2017 at 5:01pm

These three came in for various things but all also received new color and finish. They're not quite done, but sure are pretty. Good job, Ryan.

We are re-modeling the shop area as it hasn't been done since 'the big change' and wanted to spruce up as we've been getting visitors and hope to see folks to plan their new instrument (or just visit) next year, too. What a mess! It's going to be great but I cannot believe how much was actually under

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Updated Nov-10-2017 at 2:57pm by Mary Weber


The Special History of a Mandolin Pickguard

by Mary Weber on Sep-18-2017 at 1:13pm
Some of you may remember this story, but it's a good one:

By Bruce Graybill

When Bruce Weber built my first custom Weber Mandolin, he had me play for several of his builders using my ‘go to’ Mandolin of that time. He had some special cedar from a tree cut in 1910, that he thought would really work well for voicing the kinds of range and timbre of the classical pieces I was playing. Along with the incredible experience of having woods and building style specifically

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Join the Club

by Mary Weber on Sep-01-2017 at 4:40pm

photo by Bruce Graybill

We say on our website: MANDOLIN AUTHORITY Become a member of a group of people who play, work, and live a mandolin inspired life.

Now I realize right here, at mandolincafe, is the ultimate for that particular group but ours is for those who are also shopping (more accessories to come), contemplating sending in your instrument for a tune up or repair (10% off the accessory or repair service), or MAC Inspection

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Music Does Make the World a Better Place

by Mary Weber on Sep-01-2017 at 3:14pm
He plays where my Mom was in assisted living and they LOVE it.
Thanks Steve, and God Bless.

I am a hospice chaplain in southwest Montana, and I play a Weber mandolin for patients in several facilities and homes. Music works wonders in the hearts of my hospice patients. I am amazed to see a patient diagnosed with dementia open their eyes wider, brighten their countenance, and smile as I play my music. Many times, dementia patients will recall the words to songs and begin singing

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Buying and Selling Used Mandos

by Mary Weber on Aug-21-2017 at 2:58pm
I don't usually post this often but we have a lot going on with the new website, or it could be today's got down to 66 degrees!

You may have noticed that we are introducing a new service called Mandolin Authority Certification, or MAC, for short.

You can send in your mandolin family instrument to be checked out, tuned up, and evaluated. Bruce has worked on many different brands of instruments and we welcome them all (not just for Webers in other words :

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Updated Aug-21-2017 at 3:20pm by Mary Weber