Weber Bridger A-style Custom Mandolin
Named after Jim Bridger, a well-known frontiersman who brought the first wagon train through the canyon east of Bozeman, MT.
Weber Bridger Custom A-style Mandolin
All-solid carved 'Celtic' A-style mandolin.
Faded leather gloss finish with ivoroid binding.
Solid carved spruce top with modified X-bracing, D soundhole.
Solid carved flamed maple back, sides and neck.
Ebony radiused fingerboard (ivoroid binding), adjustable Brekke Bridge and peghead overlay.
Nickel cast tailpiece with Weber logo. Nickel open tuners with pearloid buttons.
Hardshell case included
This instrument is "used' in that someone briefly owned it. It is, however, unplayed and essentially a new instrument that currently lists for about $3500.