Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • A rare beast indeed. Since Hans Brentrup stopped making mandolins these have become much sought after and with tone like this I am not surprised.



  • Fort Bragg made James Goodall Grand Concert (OM) in cedar and koa just in. Warmth and clarity makes a great combination.

  • 1915 Gibson F4 mandolin. This is a corker!! In great shape with TONS of mojo. It has a very rare and very beautiful one piece maple back. All original including flowerpot inlay, Handel tuners, pickguard and clamp, compensated bridge, tailpiece and clamp. Modern case.

    It has a very sweet tone with great volume, rich and full mid and bass notes and clear ringing trebles, its very well balanced and even produces a nice chop.



  • Gorgeous Capek F4 Sophia just, its at a great price £1995.…

  • I am delighted to announce that I will be representing Sharleen Simmons. The first guitar will be an OO in European Spruce and African blackwood. Due in October.

  • Two Gibson A mandolins in today, one from 1917 and one from 1927. The post Loar As are much sought after and highly regarded for their balanced tone.




  • Its many years since I last saw one of these beasts for sale. 1922 J Gibson mandobass, they are very rare and hard to come by. Complete with original gigbag and both stands, play it upright or guitar style.




  • Used Weber Gallatin A4 with armrest, a great deal at £1195.



  • Old growth Cuban mahogany Lowden O-50 just in. Its a beauty.

  • DON'T MISS THIS. Legendary Luthiers Three.

    Grit Laskin with be here on the 25th April. Grit is legendary for his inlay work and his part in the development of the arm bevel and sound port. He is a VERY entertaining speaker.

    His latest guitar for TAMCO the 'Da Vinci' will be here by then.

    Tickets for the evening talk are limited to twenty (all welcome during the day) get one here.…/g…/laskin-guitars.html

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