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    Default Mandobass

    On ebay in Italy : https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202364873575

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    The seller says it may be a Clifford-Essex, but I don't think the pick guard looks like one of theirs.

    I haven't got a mandobass, and at 2000 euros I won't have one in a month's time either.

    I can't get rid of the attachment, but I think that is the Clifford-Essex mandobass that the seller is comparing his to.
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    Default Re: Mandobass

    German, Czech and some Sicilian mandolins often have pickguards like that. Of course, it's possible that someone added a pickguard to a Clifford-Essex.
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