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January 14, 2014 | 2006 mandolin eye candy revisited

Seven years ago we posted some of our more popular mandolin pictures as desktop backgrounds. As monitor sizes have grown and the standard for screen size and resolution increased, they became obsolete for many desktops, but they are still very much works of art.

We thought it would be fun to bring them back again. Here are some of our personal favorites. Feel free to click on the pictures for larger view. The expanded sizes are 1024x768 pixels, so feel free to use them in any way.

Austin Clark Two-point
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Draleon Royale
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Old Wave Solocomp JM
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Arrow Jazzbo
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Phoenix 'Jazz'
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Rigel Q200
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Jonathan Mann EM-5
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Condino Cricket
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Posted by Ted at January 14, 2014 5:06 AM


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