Mandolin Wood Specials

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#M120:  10 sets of handsplit fiddleback Bigleaf Maple, harvested last winter.  Mandolins only, as the billets are hovering at 14" long...
Full story of the tree here...

P1290899
P1300162

10 cream-of-the-crop sets for 500.00.
I can come up with F5 sides to match, but not from the same tree...

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#M125:  100 sets of Bigleaf maple for F5 mandolin, with interesting--but not psychedelic--figuring...
Specify type of figuring and grain orientation...

P1250362

1000.00.

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#M611:  A fresh log of Idaho Engelmann spruce...

All of it is milled to 18" lengths, so mandolins and mandolas galore...Wonderful flat splits.This wood is very Red Spruce-y--hard to the fingernail, "that" wider graining in the lower bout, and very robust wood...

Obviously needs further seasoning...
100 or so billets available...

P1430680
P1430433

10 for 350.00.

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#M694:  A set of heavily figured Redwood for mandolin...
Old and seasoned...

P1450670


50.00.

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#M705:  I got 50 or so of these sinker redwood mandolin tops about a year ago, and they were *very* wet...they are now a lot drier, and shipable...
Strong and lightweight wood...
Tight graining, great split...great mandolin wood.

P1450928

30.00 per top.

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#M719:  An old billet of Sitka Spruce milled in 1985 or so...
2-3/8" thick, and needs to be milled down the middle to liberate 2 one-piece mandolin tops...
Nice graining all the way across the pattern...

P1510946

70.00.

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#M725:  Another old billet of Sitka Spruce milled in 1985 or so...
2-3/8" thick, and needs to be milled down the middle to liberate 2 one-piece mandolin tops...
Nice graining all the way across the pattern...

P1510969

70.00.

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