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March 15, 2014 | Breaking trad. Bill Bussmann

When we first saw the picture on the New Mexico builder Bill Bussmann's Facebook page, we thought it might be a scene out of an episode of Breaking Bad. Turns out the Old Wave Mandolins southwest mad genius from was finishing massive sanding on a couple octave mandolin pieces, only slightly less addictive than meth.


We've had the privilege of reviewing a couple of Bill's instruments and encourage you take in some of the instrument eye candy on his website: Old Wave Mandolins

Pictures: Old Wave Mandolins Facebook

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Posted by Ted at March 15, 2014 9:36 AM

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