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    Default Don Stiernberg's guitar-body mando

    The picture of Don Stirenberg on the front page of the Cafe at this very instant (and hopefully attached) shows him with a lovely guitar-bodied mandolin. Anyone know the make?

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    Default Re: Don Stiernberg's guitar-body mando

    Tres cool.
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    Default Re: Don Stiernberg's guitar-body mando

    Sounds good too. Got to play it at ROW last month, gets the MAS moving.
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    Default Re: Don Stiernberg's guitar-body mando

    Has the Nug been retired?
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    Default Re: Don Stiernberg's guitar-body mando

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmando View Post
    Has the Nug been retired?

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