New Mandolins from Weber

by Victoria Wasylak • in
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• Created: July 27, 2018

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The Fern, Weber’s most traditional mandolin, is crafted with a hand-voiced 3A Adirondack spruce top and highly flamed maple back, sides and neck. For 2018, upgrades include a newly designed dovetail neck joint, a new Fern Burst gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish, Waverly F-style satin gold tuners, James tailpiece, and an ebony pickguard bound with purfling. 

 

The Vintage is Weber’s traditional early century model with an oval soundhole and classic rope purfling ivoroid binding. The hand-voiced 3A Adirondack spruce top and highly flamed maple back, sides and neck are paired to work closely with the modified X-bracing for a loud sound and defined chop. It has been upgraded with a new dovetail neck joint and ebony pickguard bound with purfling.

www.webermadolins.com

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