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    Default Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    Quote Originally Posted by wildpikr View Post
    Wow that's nice! What are the wood selections?
    Addy top, Mahoghany back, sides and neck. A Koa soundhole rosette and back strip and Koa/flamed maple binding...plus a flamed maple bit on the back of the neck heel.
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    Default Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    A mandolin being built for Green Mountain Bluegrass & Roots festival in Manchester, VT. This will be raffled off along with a Seeders banjo and a Pre-War acoustic guitar. A great festival that everyone should be aware of.

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    Andy Mueller
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    Default Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    Ol' number 002 getting a little French Polish refresh for IBMA 2019 --

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    This is the first Sorensen Pacifica, and the mandolin, picked by my mando-mentor Randy Torno, that made its debut way back at IBMA 2011.

    Back and sides are Curly Claro Walnut. Neck is sugar Maple with a walnut stripe. Top is salvage-harvested Alaskan Sitka Spruce.

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    Default Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    Actually on the bench , a travel training mando
    sides are removable for going in a little bag , it goes with a shadow undersaddle piezo pickup , a guitar amplifier and a 9 volts battery
    tuners are back of the bridge for save space and balance weight .
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    Thumbs up Re: Post a picture of what's on your bench?

    Quote Originally Posted by french guy View Post
    Actually on the bench , a travel training mando
    sides are removable for going in a little bag , it goes with a shadow undersaddle piezo pickup , a guitar amplifier and a 9 volts battery
    tuners are back of the bridge for save space and balance weight .
    That's a really innovative design, and I really like your homage to the Florentine tradition.
    I dig the way you think, and I believe that Lloyd would have approved - or even loved it!

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