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    Re: What is the story behind the "scroll"

    Violin influence design, and it looks so darn awesome!
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    Re: Spring Reverbarator---1901

    Speaking of springs, I often wondered if a truss rod with a tensioning spring would self adjust.
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    Re: Weber Yellowstone vs Northfield Big Mon

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    My 2017 Weber Yellowstone has opened up wonderfully. It has great volume but can be played quietly as well with no loss of tone. This one has a red spruce top and is a bluegrass monster.
  4. Re: What’s the nicest mandolin you’ve ever seen?

    203632 Here's my Weber Yellowstone 2017 20th anniversary # 3 of 5
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    Re: Need more dog songs...

    https://youtu.be/KNsee-gRLAY
  6. Re: Sad, Melancholic, Forlorn Mandolin Tunes/Songs

    Neil Gow's Lament for the Death of his Second Wife is a sad, mournful tune. Ashokan farewell as well.
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    Re: Guitarist looking for a Weber

    I own a Weber Yellowstone, I have-not heard a better sounding mandolin.
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    Re: Hello from Oregon

    Hello from Albany, Oregon!
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    Re: Powerful A models in the 5K range

    THE WEBER YELLOWSTONE A14-F MANDOLIN, just to suggest something different.
  10. Re: Central Oregon - I need to try a Weber Yellowstone

    I have an old kay mandolin with a flat fretboard light strings, as well as the Weber Yellowstone, the Weber Yellowstone plays like butter, smooth and easy to play with medium strings, much easier to...
  11. Re: Central Oregon - I need to try a Weber Yellowstone

    They are made in Bend. Call them and see if they have one you can try. I have a Weber Yellowstone and live in Albany, Oregon, but that far from Prineville.
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    Re: What timber is this please ?

    The stripes looks like cedar.
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    Re: Mandolins in visual art

    195083
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    Re: Compare these 2 mandolin sound samples

    I think I prefer A, you just live down the road from me, I am in Albany, Or.
  15. Re: What price level and up gets you a "lifelong keeper" mandolin

    In my opinion, $2,000 and up. I got lucky and was able to buy a once in a lifetime purchase, which is my keep for forever mandolin. It is a special Weber Yellowstone which was more than $3,000, but...
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    Re: Do you name your instruments?

    I call my red burst Weber Yellowstone -The Rose of Sharon-
  17. Re: Article: Weber Announces Pause in Mandolin Manufacturing

    Well I glad I have my Weber Yellowstone. It is awesome.
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    Re: Octave mandolin less-expensive choices

    EASTMAN MDO-305 can be bought new for under $800.00
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    Poll: Re: Poll - If there could only be one?

    My Weber Yellowstone special.
  20. Thread: A vs. F

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    Re: A vs. F

    I have a 2017 Weber Yellowstone F red spruce. it is a great sounding mandolin. I'm sure either of your choices would be great sounding mandolin.
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    Re: What mandolins are made in North America?

    Weber mandolins are made in Bend Oregon. They are great mandolins.
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    Re: Homemade Casein Picks

    Cotton fiber?
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    Re: Octave Mandolin (GDAE) vs Mandola (CGDA)

    I bought an Eastman Octave Mandolin 6mo. ago and I love it for the price I paid $745.00 new and have played it with a guitarist and it blended in well. Just my personal experience.
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    Re: What's your new fiddle tune?

    Waiting for the Federals
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    Re: Is my new mando trash?

    Funny I had just the opposite experience, I had a Kentucky KM-150 that I thought sounded "tinny" lacking any warmth. I sold it and bought a The Loar 590 and thought it sounded much richer. I now...
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