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Mandolin's Ghosts by plasticgiantcatbear Mandolin's Ghosts by plasticgiantcatbear
Inspired by my previous effort on canvas. I adjusted some of the colors to go with the sunburst paint job.

This is a fun instrument.
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oneforthefridge Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009
huh, i'm a bit of a Luther myself, but i can honestly say i've never seen anything that even remotely resembled this type of instrument.

is that. . .an electric mandolin?
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plasticgiantcatbear Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009
That is indeed an electric mandolin. An Epiphone Mandobird-VIII, to be exact.
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oneforthefridge Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009
lol, i've never heard of this sort of thing. i would however like to hear it played.
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Shelagnoa Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008
My first reaction as a musician was "Ack!", seeing a painting on a mandolin. :giggle: That's (mostly) gone now, and I can appreciate the painting. Red and green, but distinctly not Christmas-y. Cool idea! :bulletblue:
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plasticgiantcatbear Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008
:lol: Yeah, I was hesitant to paint it, but figured I could strip the pick-guard or get a new one if I didn't like it afterward. Glad you could appreciate it!
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Shelagnoa Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008
That's true, pick guards are more easily replaceable than the body of the instrument itself. :giggle:
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Navagon Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2008
Cool. The ghosts are much clearer and generally better in this one.
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