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    I am anxiously waiting for my Gibson Snakehead A Junior to arrive on Monday. I recently sent the mandolin to Ron Cole in Idaho for him to install a new bone nut, ebony fretboard and bigger frets. He completed the work within two days after receiving the mandolin!

    I know it is going to play so much better. Ron really did me good on the price. Great guy. He even installed a new bridge.

    Ron commented on how great the mandolin played and sounded after he did the work. Monday can't get here quick enough for me.

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    Bravo! Enjoy!

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    Yes sir. I will. Thank you!

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    Sorry. I couldn't find the "Green With Envy" emoji
    I'm not collecting, not collecting, not........OUMM.....
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    Lol. The wait is killing me!

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    Love my snakehead Junior. Who needs a bouzouki when you have a bazooka? Congrats!
    Gibson A-Junior snakehead (Keep on pluckin'!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Bernstein View Post
    Love my snakehead Junior. Who needs a bouzouki when you have a bazooka? Congrats!
    Yes sir. Thank you! They are great sounding mandolins! Can't wait to play mine again. Brown truck should deliver tomorrow!

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    Thanks for such an uplifting message. I enjoy hearing the excitement in your note. Have a wonderful time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMorgan View Post
    Thanks for such an uplifting message. I enjoy hearing the excitement in your note. Have a wonderful time!
    Thank you so much! I am pretty excited!

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    Finally got my Snakehead A Junior on Tuesday! Ron Cole did a great job on my mandolin!

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    Congrats. Jammed with a buddy last night, and the snakehead came through for me better than ever. What a great little axe!
    Gibson A-Junior snakehead (Keep on pluckin'!)

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    Very nice! Glad you like your Snakehead A Junior too! Great mandolins for sure!

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