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March 29, 2010 | Artinger Synth Mando in the oven

Intriguing sneak peak at a custom build electric mandolin from our Sarasota friend, Turner Moore from the craft of Artinger Guitars. Turner weighs in:

"This is a 4 day old, 4 string synth mandolin, mahogany body, quilted maple top and matching headstock, 1 DiMarzio Pro Track stacked humbucker pickup, RMC divided saddle synth piezo pickup (with dedicated onboard EQ), neck thru body construction, stained dark blue. The lightning bolt accent, a tribute to Bob Weir's Blue Modulus Lightning Bolt guitar, will be inlaid in the top and sealed under the finish (taped on in the pix). Matt is very excited about this one and has been working overtime!"

Looking forward to seeing how this turns out!...

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Builder's website: Artinger Guitars

Posted by Ted at March 29, 2010 6:12 AM

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