|Comments||Here’s a great-condition 2010 Eastman Dawg mandolin, model DG1. There aren’t a lot of successful, innovative mandolin designs, with the traditional — though in their day, radical, innovative and groundbreaking — A and F styles being the most common.
However, this one from Eastman, designed by Corada Giacomel, is making good inroads. The design is based on the Giacomel J-5 played by David Grisman in his quintet.
This mandolin is in excellent physical and playing condition and includes a Lakota Leathers strap.
|Serial Number||5256, built during 2010.|
|Pricing||$1,999.99 CAD with case.|
|Neck||Maple neck with bound ebony fingerboard, bound head with ebony headplate. Three mother of pearl block position markers, ‘Dawg’ logo on ebony truss rod cover.|
|Frets||Orginal frets with very minor wear.|
|Body||Distinctive ‘Dawg’ body shape featuring Spruce top with flame maple back and sides.|
|Finish||Gloss natural finish in very good condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Engraved, gold plated tuners with ivoroid buttons; adjustable ebony bridge, ebony pickguard, truss rod cover and tailpiece.|
|Playability/Action||Plays very well, slick and clean.|
|Case||F style hardshell case included.|
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