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July 17, 2011 | Introducing: JM11 Shirt

Coming to a mandolinist's chest near you, our exclusive JazzMando JM11 String Shirt.
A tribute to a our favorite string...
Shipping July 28, 2011

Here's a sneak peak of our return into the T-shirt business for a limited time with a new design based on the newly packaged JM11 String packaging. Even if you don't use the popular flatwound string on your instrument, you'll still love being seen in this comfortable, eye catching graphic.

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We're struggling with a major heat wave here in the midwest, and a cool short sleeve Tee sounds like an excellent idea. We just did a trial test of the prototype and heartily endorse it's ability to keep you feeling and looking cool.

  • Extra large graphic, with the cool new technicolor JM11 packaging
  • Stylish ribbed sleeve cuffs
  • Comfy Haynes 5.4-oz 100% preshrunk cotton
  • Neck rib is seamless, and TearAway tag easily be removed

Pre-purchase details: JazzMando JM11 String Shirt

More about the JM11 String family:
JM11 loop end flatwound mandolin
JM10B, ball end flatwound electric mandolin
JD13 mandola

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Posted by Ted at July 17, 2011 6:14 AM


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