2010 Weber Yellowstone Mandolin
(Serial No. 182510) Excellent plus/near mint condition. This is the main workhorse mandolin for Weber, and it carries the load well. This mandolin will give you that good bluegrass sound. Has a dark sunburst lacquer gloss finish, a solid carved red spruce top which gives it the cut and chop, traditional tone bar bracing, heavily flamed AAA grade maple back, sides and deep V profile neck, fully bound, nickle Grover tuners with pearl buttons, Weber one piece cast tailpiece, pearl "The Weber" logo, and an ebony Weber Traditional bridge. The finish has been removed from the back of the neck (a speed neck) to stop your hand from sticking on the back of the neck in the summer. This work is so clean it has to be factory work. Fitted with an easily removable armrest. Bound radiused fret board with 1 1/8 inch nut, diamond position markers, jumbo frets, and no treble extension which helps to eliminates pick click. Its a loud mandolin with good chop and a very warm woody tone. Click here for a video clip of this mandolin as played by Nathan Beaumont of Brandon, FL. Very clean mandolin - anything that looks like a blemish is probably a reflection. Bruce Weber built a lot of great Gibsons and Flatirons there in Montana. This was built in his own shop, Sound to Earth LTD. in Belgade, Montana. This instrument is ready to go. It needs nothing but your fingers on the strings! Comes with the original shaped grey Weber hardshell case.

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