Weber Rawhide A Mandolin
Serial no. 15301907

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Weber Rawhide A Mandolin
Serial no. 15301907

Custom Abalone Torch Headstock Inlay
Mandolin setup by luthier Kyle Dunn
Hand Crafted in the USA

$3599   
Sale! - model discontinued, last one available
$2999   




Rawhide A Mandolin Specifications

  • Traditional A Body Style
  • Hand Scalloped and Tuned Red Spruce Top
  • Tone Bar Bracing
  • AAA Maple Back, Ribs and Neck
  • Standard 1 1/8 inch nut
  • Ivory Bound Ebony Peghead Veneer
  • The Weber Abalone Script & Abalone Torch Inlay Peghead Inlay
  • Ivory Bound 10" Radius Ebony Fingerboard
  • Single Cut-a-way Fingerboard Extension
  • Abalone Diamond Fret Markers
  • .080 width frets
  • Herringbone Top Binding
  • Ivory Back Binding
  • Rawhide Burst Color
  • Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer Finish
  • Dual-Action Adjustable Truss Rod
  • Weber Traditional Bridge
  • Nickel Grover Tuners and Nickel Tailpiece
  • Deluxe Shaped Hardshell Case
  • Crafted in the USA

This Weber Rawhide mandolin, serial no. 15301907, has a Red Spruce Top. Red Spruce is cream with light red staining and has a wide range of grain patterns. As the instrument matures, it develops a great complexity of tone with great volume. The sound will continue to mature over the life of the instrument. Red Spruce takes color well and can have a vintage look.

The AAA flamed maple on this Weber Yellowstone HT mandolin, serial no. 15301907, has a tight cell structure with varied grain and horizontal banding or flame. It gives great crisp projection with punchy volume and tone that continues to mature with age.

The F-holes on this Weber Rawhide mandolin, serial no. 15301907, give great focused projection, which equals volume. They are great for stage work and for being heard above other instruments in a band.

This Weber Rawhide mandolin, serial no. 15301907, has tone bars, two braces running from the head block, somewhat following the angle of the sound holes to the tail block. Tone bars offer a great bell-like sustain. They take longer to mature than an X-braced instrument but develop incredible depth of character and tone with play.


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