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    Here is my Epiphone MM-50.
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    I've played Epiphone mandos with necks joined at the 15th fret, yet all the new ones seem to have shorter necks (joined at 12th fret). I think I even played a 15th fret at a music shop... Wonder why they switched?

    Also, these look remarkably similar to a Morgan Monroe model??? Same factory, perhaps?

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    That is a good question. I don't know. If I can figure out a way for the forum to accept my bigger picture I'll post it. So far it hasen't worked. Thanks for looking.

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    Woo-hee, spudin! That Mando is purty! I'm gonna have to get me one of them there Epi's!


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    Yup, it's purty cool, sounds good too. Almost as good as my Weber Bitteroot, but doesen't have the sustain or volume of the Weber.

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