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    Default Eastman Bag - The Mandolin Store

    They are on sale! $14.99, website says they have 50....well, 49 now. I was lacking one case...not anymore.

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    I bought one the last time. They are excellent and a real bargain.

    Come to think of it, I will order another while I can.
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    I got one too - nicely padded and with backpack straps. A great deal at 15 bucks!
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    I waited too long that past few times they've had these at $15, but not this time. I jumped on it immediately. This will make my 2nd bag (1st is from Amazon with little padding) so now I have more reason to go down to Fiddler's Green next week during my vacation. Gotta have something to keep the bags full.
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    Hummm. If I have a bag or case empty, I immediately want to fill it. Same goes for an extra F style strap. It’s just wrong to have unused items around. Perhaps I need two.

    Kind of gives you an idea of how many 300 series Eastman’s TMS sells.
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    Wow shipping was fast, got it today!

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    Yeah, I got mine too but they made a small mistake. They sent me someone else's other stuff but they will fix that. The upside is that I got to handle one of those Lakota straps. I would have bought that one but I don't own any F-models BION. If it were an A I would have sent payment for that one. Beautiful strap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Garber View Post
    Yeah, I got mine too but they made a small mistake. They sent me someone else's other stuff but they will fix that. The upside is that I got to handle one of those Lakota straps. I would have bought that one but I don't own any F-models BION. If it were an A I would have sent payment for that one. Beautiful strap.
    I have Lakota straps - One F style, one A style. I like the F style straps a lot more. If I ever need another A style strap, I’ll probably just buy the F style and modify it to fit.
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    Got mine yesterday. Beats the one I have by a wide margin. Very pleased.

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    Got mine yesterday. Beats the one I have by a wide margin. Very pleased.
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    Got mine today. Thanks for the heads up! I am taking the Road Runner back!

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    I've been dragging one to work most nights for the last couple of years. The mandolin is faring well and the bag is holding up quite well. Last time they went on sale I bought a spare.
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