Weber Bridger (2000)
This Weber Bridger mandolin features a teardrop shaped body with a triangular soundhole. It has a carved spruce top, flamed maple sides and carved back, and a maple neck. The radiused ebony fingerboard has diamond inlays. Other appointments include an ebony Brekke bridge, engraved tuners with black buttons, and ivoroid binding throughout. This instrument is in excellent condition. More Details...
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A great setup can make a world of difference. This instrument has been thoroughly inspected and expertly set up to play comfortably and sound its best.
Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Celtic style teardrop shape
- Satin natural finish
- X-braced carved spruce top with triangular soundhole
- Flamed maple sides and carved back
- Maple neck
- 20-fret radiused ebony fingerboard with diamond shaped inlays
- 1-1/8" nut
- ~14-1/8" scale
- Ebony Brekke bridge
- Ivoroid-bound body, fretboard, and headstock
- Ebony peghead overlay with pearl Celtic interlace design and "WEBER" logo
- Engraved tuners with black buttons
- Label signed by Bruce D. Weber
- Built in Belgrade, Montana
- Shaped OHSC (gray interior)
- SN: 058811