The evolution of Weber Mandolins, from Flatiron to Gibson to Weber… and now, the New Weber is nestled in the high desert mountain town of Bend, Oregon. We have significantly advanced the craft, design, sound, feel, tone and finish of every traditional instrument. The New Weber mandolins, mandolas, octave mandolins, and mandocellos may be the finest sounding and playing traditional 8-string (4 course) instruments crafted in America today.
It starts in the natural forest where the figured maple, Adirondack and Sitka spruce, Honduran mahogany, and western red cedar thrive for centuries… Weber uses no wood from clear-cut trees – only trees individually harvested to minimize the impact on the forest neighborhood. As woodworkers, we appreciate the density and deflection variability in every piece of wood and build accordingly.