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    Default Luthier

    Wondering if there is a list of luthiers by geographic region, state, etc.? I'm in a fairly remote part of USA and wondering how to find and identify a luthier that I can take my mandolin to.

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    Default Re: Luthier

    Go to the top of the page, and under the big MANDOLIN CAFE, you'll see:
    Classifieds Forum News Builders ...

    Click on "Builders", and there you have it.

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    Default Re: Luthier

    This link will take you to the database Sunburst mentioned. Start by searching your state.

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    I stopped to drop off an instrument to a luthier today I had been using and found out he retired in July. Sad day
    Kala tenor ukulele, Mandobird, Godin A8, Dobro Mandolin, Gold Tone mandola, Gold Tone OM, S'oarsey mandocello, Gold Tone Irish tenor banjo, Gold Tone M bass, Taylor 214 CE Koa, La Patrie Concert CW, Fender Strat powered by Roland, Yamaha TRBX174 bass, Epiphone ES-339 with GK1

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