1917 Gibson A4, S/N-44012, with some nice upgrades and a killer voice! Has had a recent refret with .080 EVO wire, new bone nut, new adjustable bridge, scalloped fingerboard, and Rubner tuners. Comes in a newer shaped hard shell case.
Beautiful 1917 Gibson A4 #33136 in awesome condition with only a few dings. Has had a recent setup and plays great! Comes in a shaped hard shell case.
2007 pre Yellowstone model Big Sky mandolin. Has all of the appointments of the Montana Yellowstone mandos from 2007 on.
I just did a re-fret, speed neck, and all the setup tweaks, so it’s good to go. This mando has been well used with lots of finish distressing on the top. The build is solid and after the recent work, plays great. Can’t beat the price at $2800.
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A little walk on the wild side- the first ever Weber Mustang mandolin in like new condition! Not many of these were built so she’s a rare one and perfect to round out a collection. Fingerboard is true and plays easy at a low action with no buzzing. A bonus: Comes in a Hoffee, thinsulate lined, case which is about the best you can get!
$4700.00 Or Best Offer
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First, this Weber Yellowstone Custom F mandolin left our Montana shop in February of 2005. It is in great condition, has a fantastic voice, and with the recent setup I did, plays like butter.
Next, how about this drop dead gorgeous Loar era Gibson A4? Excellent condition with a few recent upgrades. EVO frets, James tailpiece, and Relic tuners. Beautiful voice and a very smooth player. Original case.
Two surprise Arch Top Guitars!
A nice 1935 Gibson Archtop in great shape! Neck is straight, frets are good, and it plays smoothly with no buzz at a low action. New Waverly tuners, TKL hard shell case, and has had a recent setup.
And to round out the selection, here’s a beauty! A Flyde Octave from England.
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