Overview

Yellowstone F24-F Mandocello

Tuned an octave below the mandola, it has a scale length of 24 3/4” inches, a body width of 14 ¼ inches and an overall length of 41 1/8 inches. It is crafted with our new dovetail neck joint and gloss Burnt Amber finish with ivoroid top and back binding with black/white/black purfling.

Yellowstone F24-F Mandocello Specifications
Body Type Traditional F w/ F-Holes
Top 3A Sitka Spruce
Bracing Tone Bars
Back / Ribs / Neck Highly Flamed Sugar Maple
Nut Width 1 5/8”
Peghead Veneer Tortoise/Ivory with Ivory/Black Side Accent Line Bound Ebony
Peghead Inlay The Weber Script Logo and Flowerpot
Fingerboard Tortoiseshell/Ivory Bound 10" Radius Ebony; Single Cutaway
Fret Markers MOP Buds
Frets .080
Body Binding Ivoroid with black/ivroid top and side purfling
Color Burnt Amber Burst
Finish Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Truss Rod Dual-Action Adjustable
Bridge Weber Adjustable Ebony Bridge
Tuners / Hardware Nickel
# Frets 27
All Models of Yellowstone Series Mandocellos
Neck Joint Dovetail
Neck Wood Flamed Maple
Finish / Color Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer, Burnt Amber Burst
Fretboard Ebony
Nut Saddle Bone / Ebony
Tops 3A Sitka Spruce
Case Custom Ameritage
Crafted In Bend, Oregon USA
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I've been so enthralled with playing my new Yellowstone HT the last couple of days, that I basically forgot to get back and tell you about it.

I unpacked the box on Sunday/Apr1st, following an extended warming up period.  The case and instrument were in perfect shape, thanks to your sturdy box and packing.  My worries about it spending a crushing week with UPS, with a border crossing thrown in, were completely unwarranted it seems.

And the mandolin, wow, I can't begin to tell you how very pleased I am with it!  Your craftsmanship and attention to detail are extraordinary.
And the sound.  Well, it's quite simply... amazing.  My old F-9 (which, you may remember, I gave to my nephew) was an outstanding instrument, but I think the YHT is prettier and better constructed.  I also think it is slightly louder and brighter, although it's hard to compare from memory, what with the different strings, A vs. F, etc., etc.  One thing I am finding, however.... the radiused fingerboard and wider neck are turning out to be a real pleasure to play, and I am quite relieved that this decision turned out to be such a good choice.... well, for me anyway!

Again, my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all the skilled folks at Weber for crafting such a fine instrument, and I look forward to playing it with pride and pleasure for many years to come.

Cheers, best regards, and may God bless...

Bryan

Enthralled!

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