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    Re: Cool headstock photo

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    From my Weber Yellowstone.
    Many thanks to Brett Byers for this cool looking burst.
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    Re: Changes in availability of Weber Instruments

    A great big thank you from me to Brett for putting things in perspective. Great to have a viewpoint from someone who was on the "inside".

    As stated previously, I own a Bitterroot made under Bruce...
  3. Re: Changes in availability of Weber Instruments

    From Seg - "It's similar to my IPhone;....". With due respect - it's not ! The makers of the IPhone already had the 'next model' designed & developed with the next batch of ''improvements'',which,if...
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    Re: In the Classified - Is this a great deal?

    BTW, Bruce is a super nice guy. And Bret, he had the highest praise for you and your work. Best of luck in your new endeavor.
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    Re: Weber Diamondback

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    Here you go.
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    Re: Weber Diamondback

    Doc,
    It is a Yellowstone from 2010. This is a very special Yellowstone that Bruce and Brett Byers built for me. I live about 60 miles from the old Weber shop in Logan, Mt. I used to be a...
  7. Re: Breedlove production moving to China -- Will Weber be next?

    Hi, Brett,
    Well, I was laid off almost a year ago, and now its the final bell for a fine product. The finish job you did on "Cerise" still garners compliments. I may have the only "Breedweber" or...
  8. Re: Breedlove production moving to China -- Will Weber be next?

    Bruce,
    Thanks for putting our minds to rest. Having been a member of the Weber family for many years and knowing you will keep them here is very satisfying. My Isabella sounds better everyday and I...
  9. Re: Breedlove production moving to China -- Will Weber be next?

    Hey fellow mandolin warriors. To put fears to rest. There are no intensions of ever moving any part of Weber to China. We will remain a domestically built family of instruments.
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    Re: Reliced Maple Fingerboard

    Im pretty sure café member Bruce Harvie [Spruce] does a lot of that stuff. If he doesn't chime in, I'd mssg him.
  11. Re: Torrified tops? anyone doing that on mandolins yet?

    Interesting how you can criticize a process that basically accelerates aging by using instruments as examples that have a lot of age on them!

    Also one that you/we know very little about.
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    Re: Shoud I attend or not?

    It would appear that I should attend. I do tend to have buyers remorse, but my wife has made the same conclusions as all of you. So, I will suck it up and go. I guess I had better start practicing. I...
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    My Weber repair experience

    A couple of months ago I made the decision (not an easy one) to send my Bitterroot A back to Weber for service, mostly non-warranty work. After a little over a year of hard gigging with it there had...
  14. Re: Original Brekke Bridge - Where to buy?

    Glad to hear things are going well. I can't wait to see what will be coming out of the new shop. My best to you and all the crew.
  15. Re: Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments Joins Two Old Hippies

    As most folks know I am a huge Weber fan and this announcement saddens me. I have to thank Bruce, Mary, Bruce Jr., Brett And all those fine folks who created my mandolin (Isabella). Having the shop...
  16. Re: Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments Joins Two Old Hippies

    My best to all you guys out there in Montana; I can't wait to see what comes next.
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