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    Mandolin tragic Graham McDonald's Avatar
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    Default New carved soundboard bouzouki

    A new Irish bouzouki. 26" scale, 14" wide carved European spruce soundboard, Tuilp Satinwood (Australian sub-tropical hardwood) back and sides with flamed maple binding, mahogany neck with two-way truss-rod. Ebony fretboard and bridge, Allen tailpiece and Schaller tuners. Bolt on neck and satin nitro lacquer. It works well.

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    Default Re: New carved soundboard bouzouki

    Nicely done Graham. I'll bet it sounds as good as it looks.
    Thanks a lot
    Bob Schmidt

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    Default Re: New carved soundboard bouzouki

    Lovely job once again, Graham. Very elegant.
    I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order. - Eric Morecambe

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