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Weber Gallatin A-Style (2013)


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Top: Hand-carved Sitka spruce
Back/Sides/Neck: Figured maple
Body Binding: Wood
Bracing: Scalloped spruce tonebars
Bridge: Compensated adjustable ebony
Fingerboard: Figured ebony
Nut: 1.125"
Neck Joint: Traditional dovetail
Truss Rod: Two-way
Peghead Veneer: Figured ebony
Tuners: Open-gear Grover tuners with pearloid buttons
Scale Length: 14"
Finish: Matte
Tailpiece: Cast Weber stainless steel
Case: Original hard-shell case 
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The Weber Gallatin is no longer made in an A-style shape, which makes this 2013 example all the more sought-after by players who lean towards Celtic and old-time music and don't need the extra flash of an F-style. This instrument, very lightly used by the previous owner, shows almost no signs of playwear, with only the slightest pick marking on top. That means it's also retained a lot of the tightness and crispness of a new mandolin, and hasn't really begun to open up into the louder, clearer sound that a high-end mandolin eventually will. Appointments are fairly minimal and tasteful, with a dark wood stain on the top, back, and sides, a very light matte finish, and a series of diamond inlays in mother-of-pearl on the fretboard. All said, this Gallatin is an excellent example of a great mandolin no longer in production, and one that we're thrilled to have in our store. Comes with the original hard shell case.

*Photos from our inventory, actual grain patterns may vary Slightly. Contact us for details.