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July 15, 2011 | Review: Weber Gallatin D-hole mandola

We've had it for a few months and it's time we summarize our impressions. Our journey through's "Design a Weber" online feature ultimately proved satisfying, and the instrument is a fine addition to the herd.

Weber Gallatin D-hole mandola

We were looking for a deep, open sound and the D-hole (vs. oval or F) was a good choice for this critter. Warm and tonally pleasing, what's stunning, and hard to really appreciate without seeing it in person, is the Faded Leather finish. The crew at Weber really has it going on, and we're excited to see the humble Montana based enterprise become the global powerhouse in fretted instrument building in its short 15 years in business.

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Posted by Ted at July 15, 2011 5:34 AM

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