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    A Lyon & Healy mandocello.
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    Interesting tuner variety (Waverly???) on vintage F-4.



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    This is from my Weber Bitterroot custom. I haven't seen others use this striped ebony, but I think it looks kind of neat, if non-traditional.
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    The word "THE" I have a 1896 "The Merril" this pre-dates "The Gibson" so I read somewhere on this site. I have always wondered why the word "The" was there
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    Weymann mandolute
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    Quote Originally Posted by (RSW @ Nov. 28 2002, 14:38)
    Here's an exotic one from a late 19th century Neapolitan mandolin in a collection in Milano...

    ho la la!!!
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    Wow.

    If I'm not mistaken, that Milanese mando has the entire headstock veneered in tortoiseshell...

    Impressive.

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    Keep those pictures coming. The one's so far are great !

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    This is a Trillium octave mandolin.
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    Can we see the rest of the Trillium mandolin in the "regular" picture-post section. The top is gorgeous.

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    Ok - here's a closeup of the Dude #21 Peghead.

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    Here is my 1981 LaPlant.
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    This is my 2002 LaPlant.
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    Style 18 headstock
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    That's a very nice headstock Michael....Great work!

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    The 19th c. Germanic/Austrian guitar heads were amongst my favorites to incorporate the flat-scroll-in-profile motif. Please don't lynch me, but to my eyes it is more elegant than the standard F-style head. I've also seen it applied to domra. I'd be keen to see some luthier apply the notion to mandolin.




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    Here's my Sigma SM-6S (imported, set up & distributed by C.F. Martin). #Don't know how old it is - bought it used in '96. #Headstock says: "Sigma Mandolin, Est. 1970".

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    All are great, but the Neapolitan from Milano - WOW, WOW, WOW! Incredible!!!

    I put it on my Desktop!




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    Monteleone Grand Artist
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    The "Old Man" and "The Lady"
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    Wow, how about the rest of the instrument(s).

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    This from a recent acquisition...
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    Anxiously awaiting its arrival...
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    2002 Davy Stuart LT8 mandolin
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