3 Trina Loop, Greenbrier AR, 72058
Clarinda's Crafts & Music in Greenbrier Arkansas specializes in building Mandolins, Mandolas and Octave Mandolins. They are all crafted with solid carved spruce tops and solid carved maple back and sides. The necks are fitted with adjustable truss rods, bone nuts and rosewood fretboards. We set up each instrument to play like butter and bark like a Bluetick Coonhound. Enjoy gazing at some of our treasures and pick something you can't live with out. You dream it and we will build it. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a holler at 501-314-8967 to make your order.
Mandolins, we love them. Our Mia mandolin tops are made from solid carved spruce, and the back, sides and necks are made from solid carved figured maple. The necks are fitted with adjustable truss rods, rosewood fretboards and bone nuts. We can even install pickup systems too during your build. We build both A-style and F-style mandolins.
The Mia mandola's with their full rich bass tone take you back to a simpler time when the blend of mandolin, mandola, bass and stamping feet was all you needed for an all night party of dancing, jigs and joy. The Mia mandola's have a 17 inch scale length, solid carved spruce tops, solid carved figured maple back, sides and necks. The necks are fitted with bone nuts, adjustable truss rods, and rosewood fretboards. They come with oval or F-holes and can be fitted with pickups upon request.
Now it's time for the grown-ups to step up to the stage and play. Introducing the Mia F-Style Octave Mandolin. This grown up version of a mandolin has a 22 inch scale length, all solid carved spruce top, and solid carved maple back, sides and neck. The sound is so deep and rich, it will make a guitar weep for jealousy. The neck is fitted with and adjustable truss rod, bone nut and rosewood fret board. They come in the color of your choosing, and with oval or F-holes. And yes they can come with pickup systems as well. Engravings and pick guards are optional too.
Howdy folks. Christmas is coming, and what better way to celebrate Christmas than with a little Star Trek. I happen to love Star Trek and I've seen every episode of every show, cartoon and every movie. I even got the chance to play the score from Star Trek into Darkness in my county's community band. I love Star Trek. So I wondered what a mandolin would look like in the 24th century. What you see here in the Mia A7 Star Fleet Edition mandolin is what I believe a Star Fleet Issue mandolin would look like for a cadet at Star Fleet Academy. The Mia A7 Star Trek mandolin has a solid carved spruce top, and solid carved maple back, sides and neck. The neck has an adjustable truss rod, bone nut, and rose wood fretboard. As Star Fleet officers always wear their gold communicators, I have this mandolin fitted with a gold solid cast tailpiece. The mandolin also has custom hand carved compensated maple bridge which enhances the tone. The bridge is finished in hand oil and shellac with staining to match the Star Fleet colors. The finish for the whole instrument is hand rubbed oil and shellac over some very careful hand staining. This one had been a labor of love. The mandolin in the picture is available now. Made in Greenbrier, Arkansas. Give us a call 501-314-8967 to order one, or send us an email at email@example.com. There is also a contact form on the home page.
Howdy folks. I have here the new Mia A7 Star Trek Academy mandolin. Top is solid carved Spruce, and the back, sides, and neck are solid carved maple. The neck has a rosewood fretboard, adjustable truss rod, and bone nut. The mandolin is fitted with a custom hand carved maple compensated bridge. Available at clarindasmusic.com . This is the mandolin for the 24th century and your first issued instrument at Star Fleet Academy, or so I imagine.
This is the new Mia 2-Point Mandolin. Solid carved spruce top, solid flamed maple back, sides, and neck, rose wood fretboard, adjustable truss rod, bone nut, solid cast tail piece. She is also fitted with scalloped X tone bars. The finish is a hand rubbed oil and shellac. The color is a take on the fire storm I do on the F-Style mandolins I build here. This baby is smooth, loud and woody. Love this baby.