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    Default Eastman El Rey electric mandolin?

    Really intrigued by this instrument. Eastman does everything it tries to do very well, IME. Anyone have one of those or had a chance to really try one out? Does Dennis Vance have them?

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    Dave McCarty

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    Default Re: Eastman El Rey electric mandolin?

    Quote Originally Posted by mcgroup53 View Post
    Really intrigued by this instrument. Eastman does everything it tries to do very well, IME. Anyone have one of those or had a chance to really try one out? Does Dennis Vance have them?

    TIA

    Dave McCarty
    The answers you seek are in a recent thread, including a review by emando.com. Link: https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...man-ERM-El-Rey



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    Default Re: Eastman El Rey electric mandolin?

    Thank you, Chris

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