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    Default Who makes 2 point models

    New to the forum and to the mandolin.

    I have fallen in love with the look of a 2 point mandolin. But I'm having a hard time finding a manufacturer. I have an entry level Mitchell now, and want to upgrade to the $1k-$500 range....Anybody have suggestions on 2-pt Mando makers?

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    Default Re: Who makes 2 point models

    In that range, Howard (Sonny) Morris in Oregon is your best (only?) bet. Most manufacturers (as opposed to luthiers) don't make 2-pointers. And most luthier models would be significantly more expensive.

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    Default Re: Who makes 2 point models

    NFI, but there is one in the classifieds. I have not played a Morris, but they are well thought of on the cafe.

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    Default Re: Who makes 2 point models

    Mike Atkinson from Colorado makes 2 Points. Iíve never played one but Iíve heard some positive things.

    Here is his website: http://mlatkinson.com/

    I own a Morris mandolin. Itís not a two point but itís a great mandolin. Have fun finding the right one.

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