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Thread: Article: Weber Announces Pause in Mandolin Manufacturing

  • May-22-2021, 7:00am#1


  • May-22-2021, 7:13am#2

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    Well, poop emoji, though I get it.


  • May-22-2021, 7:19am#3

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    Default Re: Article: Weber Announces Pause in Mandolin Manufacturing

    Wow

    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them". These are the words of J. Garber.


  • May-22-2021, 7:41am#4

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    Looks like a great opportunity for private sellers of Weber mandos. Guessing pre-owned prices will be elevated through the coming months.


  • May-22-2021, 7:46am#5

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    I'm surprised. But maybe I shouldn't be.


  • May-22-2021, 8:03am#6

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by A-boardView Post

    Looks like a great opportunity for private sellers of Weber mandos. Guessing pre-owned prices will be elevated through the coming months.

    I would be real surprised if that happened on a larger scale. They are well made mandolins so I expect them to act like the rest of the used market. The question is what happens to the brand in the future?

    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them". These are the words of J. Garber.


  • May-22-2021, 9:44am#7

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    Just speculating but I wouldn't be surprised if Weber returns as an upgrade to their Crossover mandolin. Designed in Bend and produced offshore. There may be a market for a 1k type of carved top. They would compete with Eastmann. They already have the facilities that produce the Crossover.


  • May-22-2021, 10:39am#8

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    Love my Weber and hope they can bring production back at the end of a short year.


  • May-22-2021, 10:47am#9

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    Right from the very beginning, when it was announced that Two Old Hippies was “merging” with Weber, I said that this was the beginning of the end for Weber mandolins. They actually called it a “merger” at the time, but it was nothing of the sort. It was a takeover. Just like what happened to Breedlove mandolins. Tom Bedell does not like USA made mandolins because they are too labor intensive. He said as much in his comments above. Four guitars for every one mandolin! How inefficient is that? He’d rather off-shore the mandolins if he’s going to offer them at all. I’ll bet the same thing happens to the Weber brand. After the takeover, the first nail in the coffin was the elimination of many models. The second nail was the elimination of customized options in the lower priced models. One of the cool things about the old Weber was that you could order a lower priced model like a Bitterroot, pay extra for options, and end up with an instrument that had many of the features of the higher priced models at a savings. No more. Now this is the third nail in the coffin. Does anyone really believe that this move is “temporary”? I’ll bet those Weber guys are just so happy that they learned the fine art of carving and graduating so that they can work on a flat-top guitar assembly line.


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  • May-22-2021, 12:06pm#10

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    Who knows, maybe Weber will become a Bruce Weber instrument again.


  • May-22-2021, 12:48pm#11

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by multidonView Post

    Right from the very beginning, when it was announced that Two Old Hippies was “merging” with Weber, I said that this was the beginning of the end for Weber mandolins. They actually called it a “merger” at the time, but it was nothing of the sort. It was a takeover. Just like what happened to Breedlove mandolins. Tom Bedell does not like USA made mandolins because they are too labor intensive. He said as much in his comments above. Four guitars for every one mandolin! How inefficient is that? He’d rather off-shore the mandolins if he’s going to offer them at all. I’ll bet the same thing happens to the Weber brand. After the takeover, the first nail in the coffin was the elimination of many models. The second nail was the elimination of customized options in the lower priced models. One of the cool things about the old Weber was that you could order a lower priced model like a Bitterroot, pay extra for options, and end up with an instrument that had many of the features of the higher priced models at a savings. No more. Now this is the third nail in the coffin. Does anyone really believe that this move is “temporary”? I’ll bet those Weber guys are just so happy that they learned the fine art of carving and graduating so that they can work on a flat-top guitar assembly line.

    While I don't have a horse in this race and really do not care...........I do find it interesting that while they claim to want to cash in on guitar sales they are totally blowing off mandolin sales completely. Then "temporarily" moving the higher paid mando builders to building guitars while they could have hired entry level folks to take care of more of the base chores at the guitar shop. Temporarily for at least a year while the mando shop sits empty and not paying its overhead.

  • May-22-2021, 1:13pm#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Peter BarnettView Post

    Who knows, maybe Weber will become a Bruce Weber instrument again.

    Bruce is already building again, under his new Label, Montana Lutherie, https://www.montanalutherie.com
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  • May-22-2021, 3:25pm#13

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    Well, Bruce makes a dandy bridge. I've bought several now, each one fitted and installed by Skip K. on my mandolins.

    I wish all the best in these trying times.


  • May-22-2021, 4:56pm#14

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    Interesting question: What happens to the limited lifetime guarantee? Maybe we just ran into the “limit”?


  • May-22-2021, 7:07pm#15

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Peter BarnettView Post

    Interesting question: What happens to the limited lifetime guarantee? Maybe we just ran into the “limit”?

    Depends on the definition of lifetime, and who's lifetime, state laws, etc.

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  • May-22-2021, 9:50pm#16

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Peter BarnettView Post

    Interesting question: What happens to the limited lifetime guarantee? Maybe we just ran into the “limit”?

    Depends on when you bought it.

    The warranty:

    https://webermandolins.com/support/warranty

    The last big discussion of the subject:

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...Weber-warranty

    Bruce Weber weighed in here:

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...=1#post1686446

    Tom Bedell's previous statement was here:

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...=1#post1685601
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  • May-23-2021, 2:26am#17

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    Hmmm. It looks like Collings is now the only US manufacturer building mandolins in large numbers, since Gibson no longer builds more than a few.

    I wonder if Bill Collings ever guessed his company would be at the top of the heap when he first introduced mandolins back in 1999. I remember when they first came out. A student of mine was looking for a good instrument and Gruhn's had just gotten their first batch of Collings mandolins. They were good. It doesn't seem like it was that long ago.

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  • May-23-2021, 6:07am#18

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  • May-23-2021, 9:38am#19

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    There was never a takeover of Breedlove or Weber by Two Old Hippies. This is a false narrative. Hostile takeovers are designed to use big money on top of big money to make a lot of money through force. We're talking building guitars and mandolins here, and in case this is news, hardly an industry you get into to wildly prosper. Breedlove and Weber were independently sold by agreement. Bruce addresses his sale of the company on his web site.

    There has never been a plan to move Weber's manufacturing overseas, another false narrative now dating back almost 10 years.

    The entire manufacturing industry is struggling and has been severely impacted by the panemic. This was never a financially viable industry to make a lot of money. But it has always done well enough and people that do this for a living do it because they love stringed musical instruments.

    During the pandemic it's known a number of guitar, mandolin, banjo companies downsized and let employees go, permanently. Two Old Hippies was not one of them. The business changes they've made over the years saw to that. Say what you want to about Tom Bedell, but he knows how to manage a business, and the continued employment of his people is a priority. The changes going on at TOH are happening right now in one shape or another to almost all companies with more than a few employees, only they aren't being announced. Collings will produce a fraction of mandolins in the next few years compared to the past.

    Guitars keep the lights on: at Weber, Collings, Gibson, Eastman and many, many others. And yes, a mandolin is quite more difficult to build than most guitars and the latter a better profit margin. Should go without saying I love mandolins as much as anyone, but at the end of the day, people need to eat, and they need employment. What Weber is doing here is little more than ensuring their continued success.

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  • May-23-2021, 10:44am#20

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  • May-23-2021, 12:12pm#21

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    Default Re: Article: Weber Announces Pause in Mandolin Manufacturing

    Until recently, our largest US manufacturers were producing 100,000 instruments a year; mostly guitars. I always thought that production at that rate was unsustainable, especially with the rise in quality of imported instruments. Indeed, several manufacturers had already scaled back production a couple of years ago. The supply problems and work environment problems caused by the epidemic have merely served to hasten the inevitable.


  • May-23-2021, 8:02pm#22

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    While I hardly consider myself a capitalist ideologue, I think in this case, the invisible hand is going to take care of the mando market. If lots of people want luthier-level American made mandolins, and demand exceeds supply, some other company is going to get into that market. Maybe Gibson will up its production, or Zeta will introduce less expensive acoustic models, or the folks who bought the Gallagher guitar shop will start making mandos, or a bunch of local luthiers will try it out.

    Who knows? Maybe in these crazy times, Martin or Larrivee will start making mandolins again or Taylor will see an opportunity. Northfield certainly already has.

    How many luthiers were relatively unknown until some famous player used their instrument and then they ended up with long waiting lists just a few months later?

    This will sort itself out and anybody who wants a good mandolin will be able to find one, new or used, somewhere, with the usually caveat that cheap, good and fast usually don't all go together.


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  • May-23-2021, 10:04pm#23

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Mandolin CafeView Post

    Say what you want to about Tom Bedell, but he knows how to manage a business, and the continued employment of his people is a priority. The changes going on at TOH are happening right now in one shape or another to almost all companies with more than a few employees, only they aren't being announced. Collings will produce a fraction of mandolins in the next few years compared to the past.

    Guitars keep the lights on: at Weber, Collings, Gibson, Eastman and many, many others.

    For these companies, I guess the key stat is dollars of sales per hour of labor. I always assumed that that stat was pretty similar in the guitar and mandolin worlds, since a mandolin is far more expensive than a guitar of comparable quality and requires far more time to build. (A new Martin D-28 still goes for under $3K.) Apparently, it's not similar enough to make it worthwhile for TOH to produce both. So it goes. I'm a huge Weber fan, but that brand may become the Studebaker of the mandolin world. At least Montana Lutherie is still in business.

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  • May-24-2021, 1:48pm#24

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    Well I glad I have my Weber Yellowstone. It is awesome.


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    Since I don’t work for TOH nor own stock, my life hasn’t changed. I’m surprised people have strong opinions on this.

    Doesn’t impact my 1998 Absaroka either.

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    • Concerned Emoji29,807
    • Vampire Emoji29,761
    • High Five Emoji29,725
    • Polite Worried Emoji29,693
    • Fingers Crossed Hand Emoji29,296
    •  OK Hand Emoji29,234
    • Angry Poop Emoji29,178
    • Takeout Box Emoji29,155
    • Infected Emoji29,146
    •  LOTFL Emoji28,872
    • Lost Emoji28,718
    • Pirate Emoji28,716
    • Dynamite Emoji28,714
    • Pretty Emoji28,584
    • Incomplete Emoji28,575
    • Dizzy Emoji28,551
    • Sorry Emoji28,476
    • Boxing Emoji28,277
    • Exposed Emoji28,272
    • Tough Emoji28,251
    • Gold Bars Emoji28,023
    • Disguised Emoji27,989
    • Monocle Emoji27,982
    • Meh Emoji27,963
    • Suspicious Emoji27,863
    • Pained Emoji27,816
    • Impatient Emoji27,786
    • Bandit Emoji27,687
    • Exposed Elf Emoji27,570
    • Lying Emoji27,484
    • Drooling Emoji27,369
    • Pointing Laughing Emoji27,230
    • Meditating Emoji26,842
    • Rock On Emoji26,830
    • Lucky Emoji26,782
    • Proud Emoji26,719
    • Self Satisfied Emoji26,605
    • Hijab Emoji26,599
    • Drunk Emoji26,586
    • Cool Nerd Emoji26,414
    • Nauseated Emoji26,030
    • Dirty Emoji26,020
    • Crying Poop Emoji25,962
    • Flying Saucer Emoji25,945
    • Handshake Emoji25,899
    • Pirate Flag Emoji25,864
    • Depressed Emoji25,841
    • Monster Emoji25,720
    • Hedgehog Face Emoji25,709
    • Listening To Music Emoji25,579
    • Witch Emoji25,536
    • Envious Emoji25,454
    • Anxious Emoji25,344
    • Too Expensive Emoji25,286
    • Zebra Face Emoji25,205
    • Zombie Emoji25,156
    • Dinosaur Emoji25,091
    • Kisses Emoji24,893
    • Missing Tooth Emoji24,761
    • Cancer Ribbon Emoji24,656
    • Pancakes Emoji24,556
    • Islam Praying Hands Emoji24,540
    • Santa Hat Emoji24,527
    • Fortune Cookie Emoji24,409
    • Victory Hand Emoji24,331
    • Condom Emoji24,237
    • Black Cat Emoji24,182
    • Baseball Bat Emoji24,150
    • Emo Emoji24,098
    • Sneezing Emoji23,908
    • Fairy Emoji23,711
    • Wait Emoji23,703
    • Clown Emoji23,594
    • Mummy Emoji23,588
    • Pink Rose Emoji23,539
    • Broke Emoji23,504
    • Beach Ball Emoji23,086
    • Roasted Poultry Emoji22,959
    • Dumpling Emoji22,841
    • Listening Emoji22,821
    • Steak Emoji22,802
    • Bacon Emoji22,305
    • Gingerbread Man Emoji22,279
    • Butterfly Emoji22,275
    • Frankenstein Emoji22,220
    •  AIDS Ribbon Emoji22,066
    • Mango Emoji21,888
    • Cup With Straw Emoji21,805
    • Werewolf Emoji21,610
    • Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Emoji21,561
    • Fox Face Emoji21,544
    • Pie Emoji21,523
    • Pink Poo Emoji21,516
    • Coconut Emoji21,499
    • Candy Cane Emoji21,286
    • Holiday Wreath Emoji21,267
    • Gorilla Face Emoji21,176
    • Pretzel Emoji21,152
    • Chopsticks Emoji21,147
    • Rainbow Flag Emoji21,123
    • Happy Crying Emoji20,923
    • Green Salad Emoji20,862
    • Winner Emoji20,809
    • First Aid Kit Emoji20,768
    • Cowboy Hat Emoji20,681
    • Gingerbread House Emoji20,487
    • Sandwich Emoji20,469
    • Wizard Emoji20,436
    • Saluting Emoji20,430
    • T- Rex Face Emoji20,402
    • Broken Heart Eyes Emoji20,375
    • Broccoli Emoji20,195
    • Genie Emoji20,134
    • Brain Emoji20,094
    • Jellyfish Emoji19,970
    • Kangaroo Emoji19,926
    • Tropical Bird Emoji19,868
    • Boxing Glove Emoji19,827
    • Holly Emoji19,792
    • Christmas Stocking Emoji19,659
    • Bagel Emoji19,199
    • Thumbs Down Emoji18,998
    • Melting Ice Cube Emoji18,982
    • Elf Emoji18,916
    • First Place Medal Emoji18,735
    • Kiwi Fruit Emoji18,679
    • Wales Flag Emoji18,639
    • Fly Emoji18,342
    • Climbing Emoji18,266
    • Mosquito Emoji18,180
    • Biting Nails Emoji18,065
    • Baseball Glove Emoji18,057
    • Scotland Flag Emoji18,010
    • Baseball Cap Emoji18,001
    • England Flag Emoji17,809
    • Pie Face Emoji17,509
    • Almond Emoji17,243
    • Whistling Emoji16,969
    • Socks Emoji16,816
    • Gloves Emoji16,737
    • Whipped Cream Emoji16,604
    • Puppy Eyes Emoji16,510
    • Evil Eye Emoji16,420
    • Mittens Emoji16,412
    • Electrocuted Emoji16,363
    • Coat Emoji16,244
    •  NO Emoji16,208
    • Scarf Emoji16,158
    • Kiss Mark Cheek Emoji16,083
    • Firecracker Emoji15,972
    • Cricket Emoji15,959
    • Black Handbag Emoji15,895
    • Too Spicy Emoji15,815
    • Binoculars Emoji15,509
    • Seeing Stars Emoji15,361
    •  YO Emoji15,003
    • Software Engineer Emoji14,854
    • Spitting Emoji14,806
    • Too Exhausted Emoji14,675
    • Chef Emoji14,649
    • Jester Emoji14,631
    • Gas Mask Emoji14,378
    •  KO Emoji14,371
    • Rockstar Emoji14,360
    • Graduate Emoji14,097
    • Clenched Teeth Scared Emoji14,086
    •  GO Emoji14,030
    • Ninja Emoji13,956
    • Disgusted Green Emoji13,903
    • Yelling Angry Emoji13,793
    • Doctor Emoji13,753
    • Super Villain Emoji13,714
    • Teacher Emoji13,709
    •  HO Emoji13,684
    • Disoriented Emoji13,611
    •  O Emoji13,504
    •  ON Emoji
    Sours: https://www.emojirequest.com/
    How To Sound Your Best - Mandolin Lesson

    BGS’s 15 Favorite New Emojis

    If you haven’t heard by now, Apple released a host of new emojis — 398 to be exact! — with the rollout of iOS 13.2 earlier this week. Among them are soon-to-be-favorites such as an otter, a sloth, a yawning face, a bulb of garlic, and oh so many more. To take you into the weekend we thought we’d poll the BGS staff and list our favorites here. Which new additions are you most excited for? Comment below!

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    I mean, DUH!! We finally get a banjo emoji! Props to Apple for getting it right with the fifth string peg and the armrest. It’s clearly a beginner model (the tuning pegs parallel to the headstock, for instance), but this machine can clearly get the job done. An obvious fav.

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Can you blame us? A BANJO EMOJI IS HERE, Y’ALL!!

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    No, seriously. This isn’t a “paddle faster” situation. This is a “the quintessential American instrument is finally given its due alongside a violin, stratocaster, trumpet, saxophone, and a Shure SM58” situation. Or perhaps, a Bluegrass Situation?

    The Banjo (Samsung version)

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Are those… are those ugly tuners!? Unfortunately, no. If you peer really closely you’ll see it’s actually a six-string banjo, which is just as important a part of American vernacular music as the five-string, to be sure. Good job, though, Samsung. The detail is spot on, even if six-string banjos don’t have headstocks like this.

    The Banjo (Facebook version)

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Facebook isn’t getting much of anything right these days, but damn if their banjo emoji doesn’t just almost cover a world of sin. Another six-string (forgivable), yes, and the inlays and gold plating are a nice touch.

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    We just missed it, okay? TAKE IN ITS RESPLENDENT GLORY!!

    The Banjo (Google version)

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Another budget model, given the flange styling, and they certainly phoned in the details — is it four-string? Five-string? Six-string? NO-STRING!? But hey, it’s a banjo. Banjomoji. (Still testing out that term. You can use it if you like.)

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    If you scrolled down this far to see if we’ve chosen any others… Nope! Still banjo.

    The Banjo (Microsoft version)

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    It kinda feels like this one should be cut out and promptly slung around a paper doll’s neck, right? Cute as can be. But really, did any of y’all know Microsoft has their own versions of emojis? Who knew??? [Windows phone users, don’t @ us.]

    The. Banjo. Damnit. 

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Banjomoji! Banjomoji! Banjomoji! Banjomoji! Banjomoji!

    The Banjo (Twitter version) 

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    The participation trophy of banjo emojis. The “nobody else in the group project turned in their work” of banjo emojis. The Nickelback of banjo emojis. Four tuners, two strings, six brackets — is this a functional instrument or a toy, Twitter? Oh right. Neither. It’s an emoji. Still a banjo, though!

    The Hatchet

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    The only other AXE to be released in this round of emojis. Lololol. Get it?

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    You see what we’re doing here, right?

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    If only Earl Scruggs could see the magnificence he hath wrought.

    The Banjo

    BGS's 15 Favorite New Emojis

    Whether you got here the long way or scrolled right down after reading the intro, yes, this is a real thing you just read. We just love the banjo emoji, okay? We’ve waited a while. Let us have this moment.

    Now to begin lobbying for a mandolin emoji! Who’s with us!?


    Photo credit: Foter.com
    Emojis: Apple designs / Emojipedia

    Sours: https://thebluegrasssituation.com/read/bgss-15-favorite-new-emojis/

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