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About Mary Weber
Biography:
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.
Location:
Logan, MT
Interests:
Mandolins, Mandolas, Octave Mandolins, Mandocellos, Resonator Guitars, Arch Top Guitars
Occupation:
Montana Lutherie

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Nov-03-2005
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http://www.montanalutherie.com

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Mandolin Peghead Scroll Repaired

by Mary Weber on May-19-2022 at 11:32am
Here's one I thought you might like- there's a few of these out there!

After the scroll was broken off they filed it down on the peghead to soften the edges and blend in a bit. So, the old scroll (which they kept) wouldn't fit and a new scroll had to made.

Before and after pics.
The owner wanted the back of the peghead left dull, but they can be shined up like the front.

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Peghead Make Over

by Mary Weber on Nov-22-2021 at 1:24pm
Have a weathered peghead like this? Try stripping the old lacquer off, sanding, and applying a thin coat of Tung oil. Makes the shell pop again and is an easy low to no maintenance look. If itís not something youíd like to try yourself, get in-touch with bruce to have it done for you.



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Finally Available

by Mary Weber on May-21-2021 at 3:42pm
Just a note to let you know Bruce is building parts again. Whew! That move got more and more involved. Involved times, right?

Some may ask what kind of parts...
Original Traditional Bridge, pickguards, armrests, harmonic suppressors, truss rod covers...
Got something weird in mind? Go to our website to check them out, or to get contact info.

Of course he is continuing repair and customization, as usual.

Thanks for your patience!!
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New Shop Update

by Mary Weber on Apr-02-2021 at 12:31pm
Things are moving along now that itís not winter anymore -for the moment anyway. We should be partially in the new shop in a few weeks, and can begin making parts and Rangers once again- Lord willing and the creek donít rise (a bluegrass title if there ever was one). Things always take longer, especially if it's a 100 year old barn.
We really appreciate the patience of those waiting for pickguards, Rangers, etc.
*edited to add, Bruce is accepting all repairs and MAC instruments

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Updated Apr-02-2021 at 12:51pm by Mary Weber

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What do Orchards and Mandolins Have in Common?

by Mary Weber on Jan-04-2021 at 1:57pm


We've named it Sound To Earth Orchard, of course.
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