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April 12, 2011 | New Weber Gallatin A body (f hole)

GALLATINAF.14.jpgWe've not put in a plug yet for new JazzMando sponsor Dietze Music located just a few miles from the JM Headquarters of Lincoln Nebraska. Now is a good time because included in their April Guitar Month promotion is this dandy looking Gallatin A body mandolin. Dealer agreements specifically restrict publishing the actual selling price online, but we'd like to suggest contacting them directly for this month's special, which according to our secret shoppers, sells lower than the retail price of $1599.

The camera really doesn't do the gorgeous faded leather finish justice. It's only been in the store for a month in the downtown Lincoln location, and there is a sister Gallatin A in the Omaha store, not pictured here but every bit as good. The frets are comfortable, sustain meaty and full, and capable of a wide dynamic range.

From the Sound to Earth website: "The wild Gallatin River is born in the north corner of Yellowstone National Park. It spills into the Gallatin Valley and becomes a wonderful braided waterway home for deer, moose, beaver, muskrats, ducks, trout, and of course- fly fishermen."

Pictures taken in the downtown
Lincoln showroom.



More about it on the Dietze website: New Weber Gallatin A body (f hole)

Visit store website: Dietze Music
Dietze Music has been serving local southeast Nebraska area musicians since 1927.

Posted by Ted at April 12, 2011 4:45 AM

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