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October 31, 2011 | New Brian Lock "La Mer" Two-point!

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Southwest US woodsmith Brian Lock weighs in with positive feedback from the recent Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase, where he got to hang with fellow exhibitors the likes of Chris Mirabella, Ken Parker, and John Monteleone, as well as experiencing some post show entertainment with the talents of Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo.

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Pictured above, a personal tour of the wares of Tom Thiel of Northwind Tonewood in the "Woodwagon."

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New: La Mer
The most exciting news was the debut of a new instrument in his signature Stardust series, the robin's egg blue "La Mer." Now that the event is over the bling enriched instrument is listed for sale in the Mandolin Cafe Classifieds.

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-Red Spruce top
- Sugar Maple back/sides/neck
- Ebony fingerboard, bridge, floating tailpiece, Bound and
inlayed pickguard
- Pearloid binding
- Ebony headstock veneer- front and back
- McIntyre acoustic feather pickup
- Carbon fiber neck rod
- MOP nut

View builder website: Lock Mandolins
Read past review: Brian Lock Two-point

Contact builder:
Phone: (505) 629-5186
brian@lockmandos.com

Posted by Ted at October 31, 2011 5:19 AM


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