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    Wow....just wow!
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    That's a beautiful mandolin Paul - enjoy it. Paul Schneider has to be one of the most 'un-sung' top line builders out there,
    Ivan
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    It's a joy to photograph (and of course to play). It brings a lump to the throat every time I look at it. The workmanship is stunning. I am so proud to have temporary custody of this instrument.
    Paul Haley

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