Good, old, U.S. built mandolins (Gibson, Martin, Weymann, etc.) are getting harder to find, but not impossible. The oldies also require a bit more care and maintenance that some folks don't want to do. There are great new mandolins being built today, in the U.S., of course, but also the East is supplying some of the nicest sounding mandolins ever. Even the beginner models are better than the old Kays and Harmonys. Please call or email for prices of new or used.
The "WEBER" family of mandolins, mandolas, octave mandolins, and mandocellos are
made by master luthiers using the highest quality materials with a time-proven processes
to create traditional & non-traditional "F" and "A" style
instruments. The new "Brekke" adjustable bridge, their new one-piece tailpiece, new X-bracing patterns, and natural wood finishes are examples of their ability and willingness to incorporate innovative new designs.
Eastman mandolins are made to the same exacting standards as the great mandolins of the 1920's. The combination of Eastman's luthiery skills with tone woods previously reserved for fine violins results in a classically beautiful instrument possessing unrivalled projection and richness of tone. Available in A, F and 2-point styles.
Please let us give you a price quote.
The used inventory usually includes various flat back models, along with a few