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Ethan Setiawan: “Josie-O” | Win a Muleskinner Mandolin

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The mandolinist from the band Corner House plays a beautiful Muleskinner Instruments A-style mandolin, which you can win in a raffle for the Chandler Center for the Arts.

by Froggy Bottom Guitars
February 13, 2020

Luthier Andy Mueller has been an integral part of Froggy Bottom Guitars for over two decades, building guitars and the business with Froggy Bottom founder Michael Millard. Andy also builds Muleskinner Instruments, focusing on A-style mandolins as well as flattop guitars of his own design. 

In this video, mandolin wizard Ethan Setiawan plays a beautiful Muleskinner yellow birch, oval-hole, A-style mandolin. Andy Mueller has made this mandolin available for you to win in a raffle benefitting the live music program at Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph, Vermont

Ethan is the 2014 National Mandolin Champion, and is the mandolinist in the bands Corner House, Mudskippers, and other ensembles, one of his generation’s leading voices in modern string band music. 

Enter to win the yellow birch Muleskinner mandolin!

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