If you’re in the Atlanta area, come by my workshop and check out what’s in progress.
Visitors are welcome any Wednesday or Friday, and most weekends, too. Just drop me a line to let me know you’re coming.
Here’s a video of some of the mandolins listed below:
#16 – Available. Super tight grained Yellow Cedar top over figured birdseye maple. Transverse braced, oval hole. 1 1/8″ nut width, compound radiused fretboard. Art nouveau stylized vine inlay. Pumpkin top finish, natural blonde back, neck, and sides. Set up with Thomastik Mittel strings for buttery smooth action. Can be seen here. $1200
#17 – Original #17 had to be scrapped. Rebuilt #17 has the same features and specs as the one already built, but revised soundboard structural design. Redwood top, bubinga back and sides. Maple accents, figured rosewood appointments with curly maple and malachite vine inlay. Built for a local musician.
#18 – “Red Velvet Cake” – Curly maple sides and neck, bubinga back and neck center stripe, tight grained Redwood top. Parallel braced, “F Nouveau” sound holes. Can be seen here. Promised to a musician in Michigan.
#19 – Bubinga back and sides, spruce or redwood top. STP Special. Curly maple neck with bubinga center lamination. Parallel braced. Slightly deeper body. “F Nouveau” sound holes.
#20 – Available. “Black Tie #1″ – Wenge neck and sides with maple details. Wenge fretboard with modern maple and turquoise inlays. Curly maple back, Sitka spruce top. Transverse braced, oval hole. $1200
Also available if anyone is interested:
Sculptural lap steel with Vintage Vibe CC-Rider pickup. Slotted headstock, highly figured walnut body. Curly maple neck with figured walnut position markers. Beautiful instrument. $750