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Thread: Mandriola (12-string) Mandolinetto

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    Registered User Dusepo's Avatar
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    Default Mandriola (12-string) Mandolinetto

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    Mando accumulator allenhopkins's Avatar
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    Default Re: Mandriola (12-string) Mandolinetto

    Price seems steep, other than the rarity of the instrument. And you'd have to have it shipped from Europe.

    I believe "Vernon" was a label used by Bruno, the long-history musical distributors. Other Vernons have been attributed to Weymann in Philly, but I'm not informed enough to give an opinion on this one. Suggestions?
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    Mando-Accumulator Jim Garber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Mandriola (12-string) Mandolinetto

    Overpriced, but available in Europe so there is a premium for American instruments. Over here in US I would think it would sell for $200.

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