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    Default Re: Article: New in Print - The Art of Mandolin Making by Alfred

    I look forward to getting this book. How long will it be before Elderly has them in? If anyone knows.

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    Likely within two weeks is what Alfred told us. I have a note in to the book person at Elderly to let us know so we can share that news.

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    Elderly's web site says "SOLD OUT".

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    Default Re: Article: New in Print - The Art of Mandolin Making by Alfred

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Hildreth View Post
    Elderly's web site says "SOLD OUT".
    That is simply what the content management system uses when the product has been added but is not yet available.

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    Yes, I clicked the "email me when available" button.
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    Alfred sent me a copy of the book. It's simply stunning, truly an epic bit of work of the very highest quality.

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