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    Registered User Russ Jordan's Avatar
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    Default Spencer Strickland #28

    I thought I'd post a link to a video of Spencer Strickland's latest build. I think Spencer is a cafe member, but haven't seen him promoting his builds. NFI on my part, I just think he is building some mighty fine mandolins and is flying somewhat under the radar. Of course he is an accomplished mandolin player, and of course that makes them sound good too!

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    Mando-Accumulator Jim Garber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Spencer Strickland #28

    Spencer should be listed in the builder database. I don’t see a website but he has a Facebook presence: https://www.facebook.com/StricklandStringInstruments
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    Default Re: Spencer Strickland #28

    Spencer worked with Gerald Anderson, who was Wayne Henderson's assistant for a while before striking out on his own.
    Roger

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