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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Blackbird, Oct 30, 2001.
Yeah, that the Mandola 512-94. Very rare!
Mandolin? Bass? They both have strings, right?
Thats the same bass i have!!!!!
Once. I think it was called A Gibson Madolin.
I had no Idea Mandolin MADE Gibsons. I thought Madolin only made Laklands...
Man, Lakland is really on the cutting edge of instrument manufacturing! That's the first mandolin I've ever seen with through body stringing and active electronics.
I wonder where the controls are? They did a real good job of concealing the pickups too.
I did not know that Joe Osborne played mandolin too. He must be the only musician with a signature model of two different kinds of instruments.
and the headstock is custom made from weber marelli fuel ignition systems
Those skinny strings obviously make it a piccolo bass. Stanley might like it!
Oh sure, you didn't know that Joe played Mando?
It's a copy of his original, and it has flatwounds on it - and you have to play it with a pick.
Herm, being an ex-Lakland employee, I should have known that you would be able to shed some light on this. Thanks!
Yeah, being an ex-Lakland employee compels me to reply to most any thread with the name Lakland in it. Good or bad. I just can't help myself.
Very bizarre. What it that, a short scale 8 string? Looks like a real expensive version of an Ashboury.