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    Anyone know about JBovier Z? Good and Bad please

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    I have owned two J Bovier mandolins and still have one that plays and sounds incredible. The Z is a beautiful instrument that I too feel drawn to and noticed a couple recently offered for sale. I personally believe that J Bovier Mandolins are beautiful instruments that Mr. Cowherd puts a lot of effort into the set up and voicing of in order to provide optimal tone and great playability.
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    In my profile pic is my much-loved JBovier ELS. If the acoustic ones are half as good as it, they are an incredible mandolin, especially at the price point.
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