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Tabledit 2 71 Keygen Crack

(Serial #81617) Excellent condition. This is a players mandolin. Snakeheads are considered the best sounding of Gibson oval hole mandolins, as they ring out and punch well. Black top finish and a brownish back and sides. Original Gibson label inside. This is the "A1" model with a silver painted logo, top bound only. Finish is original as is the bridge, tailpiece, and pickguard. The tuners have been changed to modern Schallers for ease of tuning and playability. Just set up by my luthier. Frets are fine and neck set is good. A long side crack was professionally repaired. The hole in the peghead was put there so the owner could hang the mandolin on the wall! Its a nice loud mandolin in excellent restored condition, with excellent tone. Plays easy with a nice low action. Shows a little picking and case wear. Excellent for Celtic, old time and jazz. Comes with a newer TKL hardshell case......USD $2900

Tabledit 2 71 Keygen Crack

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$1,159.00Neck Material: MapleFingerboard: EbonyFingerboard Radius: 12"Nut Material:BoneNut Width: 1-3/32"Scale Length: 13-7/8"Bracings: ParallelBody Top: Carved Solid SpruceBody Back/Sides: Carved Solid MapleHead Cap Veneer Material: EbonyTruss Rod: Single ActingBinding: IvoroidLogo Material: WoodInlay: Pearl DotHardware: ChromeTailpiece: Stamped Chrome w/coverBridge: Fitted Adjustable Ebony 1-5/8" spacingElectronics: K&K Mandolin Twin InternalCase: Hardshell CaseEnhanced appointments including a fully bound headstock set off the gloss finish of this finely crafted, all solid-wood mandolin. A hand-carved spruce top matched to selected solid flamed-maple back and sides produces ringing, strongly projected tones. This instrument is equipped with a fine acoustic pickup from K&K, so the performer will be ready to plug in for natural, open acoustic amplified sound. This instrument comes in the full gloss classic (red-brown) finish. A hardshell case is included.

$299.99Authentic mandolin "chop" is recognizable from the first strum, and can only be found in an instrument with a true, hand-carved spruce top. The Loar hand-carved the tops of the LM-110 to provide that real 1920's sound, but with enough vibration to still cut through in today's ensemble playing.The thin "V" profile of the maple neck fits comfortably in the player's hand and our removal of the fretboard extension beyond the 20th fret allows for easy strumming without getting hung up on the extended upper frets.The original and authentic A-model body shape is quite simply a longstanding favorite.Contact Bob or Alvin at Morgan Music for additional information.

$2,450.00 + shippingGibson Style A-1 Model Carved Top Mandolin (1910), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 9441, natural top, cherry stained back and sides finish, Spruce top, birch back and sides, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case.This is a very early example of a "modern" Style A-1 dating to 1910, when Gibson was just becoming THE major force in the mandolin market. Styles A and A-1 were Gibson's lowest priced carved-top mandolins for much of the company's early history, distinguished from each other only by minor decorative touches. By 1910 the instruments had a somewhat higher bridge and sharper neck angle than earlier versions, a major step in developing the classic Gibson sound offering more power and definition compared to just a year or two earlier. This one also originally featured the then brand-new elevated pickguard instead of one inlaid into the top.The distinguishing feature of the is the pearl "The Gibson" script logo on the headstock, which the otherwise similar Style A lacked. The carved natural finish "pumpkin" top over the birch body has some interesting wide and wavy grain not common on Gibsons of this era. The soundhole is bordered with a double half-herringbone ring, it and the top are single bound. The laminated mahogany heck has an ebony center insert and thick dot-inlaid ebony fingerboard.A four-digit serial number is stamped on the early "Orville" label, which pictures the inventor peering out through the soundhole holding his signature lyre-mandolin. This eccentric piece of company art disappeared soon after this instrument was made, replaced by a plainer white "Guarantee" label. The instrument also retains the older "Pineapple" tailpiece cover that was also soon to be replaced with the more familiar 1910's version. This mandolin is in fine playing condition especially for being such an early model and is a lovely sounding playable piece of Gibson historyOverall length is 25 1/2 in. (64.8 cm.), 10 in. (25.4 cm.) across at the widest point, and 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm.) in depth, measured at side of rim. Scale length is 14 in. (356 mm.). Width of nut is 1 1/16 in. (27 mm.).This mandolin shows signs of 110+ years of use overall but remains a fine player, with a surprisingly loud and punchy sound for an early model. The very thin varnish finish shows micro-checking and general wear overall, and is mostly worn from play through to the wood on the back of the neck and lower turn of the body by the heel. This varnish is actually fairly shiny in appearance, but does not appear to have been overfinished at any point. It shows numerous dings, dents and scrapes but less pickwear to the top than many.The center seam of the neck has been re-sealed with a visible line of repair through the headstock veneer. The back center seam of the body has also been re-sealed, with a couple of attendant smaller sealed cracks near the tailblock. The top has no cracks; one deep scratch at the curve of the lower bout looks like one but is not through the wood.The hardware appears original and is complete except the pickguard and clamp look to have gone missing generations ago. There is plating wear as would be expected for 110+ years of use! The mandolin has been neatly refretted and plays very well, sounding louder and crisper than many early models we have encountered. It is housed in the earliest version of the familiar Gibson shaped HSC, still fully functional after well over a century. Excellent - Condition.

$3,695 USDThe Northfield NFS-F5WN offers impressive, world class handcrafted quality and superb tone, but at a more accessible price point than their master series instruments. It has a solid Adirondack red spruce top, solid figured maple back and sides, and a 3-piece hard maple neck all in a satin lacquer shaded sunburst finish. The nut is a wide 1-3/16" for comfortable play. This may be the best value in a professional level mandolin.The exact appearance of this item may vary.Solid Adirondack red spruce topSolid figured maple back and sidesF-holes, tone bar bracingThree-piece hard maple neck with striped ebony center stripWide Nut Width 1-3/16"Striped ebony bridgeEbony fingerboard, pickguard, and endpinSatin lacquer shaded sunburst finishSingle-ply ivoroid top bindingMother of Pearl dot markers and peghead logoGotoh Deluxe tuners with black buttonsCast tailpieceD'Addario EXP74 stringsDesigned in the USA, materials from North America, handcrafted in an employee-owned shop in ChinaIncludes Slate Gray Airloom "Recurve" hardshell case 350c69d7ab


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