Carver is a brand name of Mandolin. It is made out of the Pacific Northwest and is made from the finest of quality and with top-notch craftsmanship.
Each Carver Mandolin is handmade using a selective variety of woods to maintain its quality, sturdiness, beauty, and provide that foundational mandolin sound.
The Carver Mandolin company was established in 1999. Each mandolin and mandola is handcrafted by Chris Standridge to exacting quality. You may request custom build mandolins to certain specifications to meet your needs in both sound and aesthetics.
Along with preserving the traditional mandolin builds, Chris also experiments with various woods, styles, and crafting techniques to evolve the brand for the better. But the foundation of the company will always stay intact just like the ol’ traditional folk and bluegrass sound of their mandolins.
Stay tuned (pun intended) for more about the awesome mandolin and ukuleles.
This post is a dedication to Carver Mandolins and Chris Strandridge. I adopted this domain URL for blogging use that coincides with my subject matter. But if you would like to learn more about Chris and the Carver Mandolin Company, you may do a search for “Carver Mandolins” and find their Facebook page. I’m not sure if they are still in business, but my best regards go out to them!