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Crafters of Tennessee M70E Acoustic-Electric Mandolin
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Its low price is made even more remarkable by the fantastic sound of this thoroughly modern mandolin. It features a cutaway body design, fiberglass b...Read More
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Its low price is made even more remarkable by the fantastic sound of this thoroughly modern mandolin. It features a cutaway body design, fiberglass back, and PR-40 passive electronics with slide controls. Gold oval tuning machines with white pearloid buttons and a gloss finish dress it all up.
Modern, affordable, and easy to amplify.
- Cutaway body
- Fiberglass back
- Gold oval tuning machines with white pearloid buttons
- Dot position markers
- PR-40 passive electronics with slide controls
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I have been looking at mandolins for the past year. I've looked at,and played several different styles and name brands. When I saw the Crafter M70E I said that's the one. I recived mine today and I am thrilled. It sounds good acoustic or plugged in. I've hardly put it down all day. If you are looking for a solid mandolin at really good price give this one a try. I"m thinking of buying another one for my grandaughter. They 're great!
Beautiful looks!!! Sounds excelent pluged in, but lacks some in projection acoustic, still nice. Easy to play and esp. hold because of body shape. Note to buyers-back & sides are molded plastic. Like Applause/Ovation guitars. This is not shown well in picture.
I have been playing this instrument for about 1 year now. I love the tone! As it came out of the box, i had to make some adjustments to get it as playable as my other mandolins, but once i 'tuned' it to a more similar feel as a traditional mandi, it really came into its own! I play it more than any other mandolin i have, and the blue color looks great.
I bought one of these a couple of years ago. I love it. Big sound. Lots of sustain for a mando. Plays well and easy, better than many vintage instruments I've played. Electronics are fair, super bright, kind of quakey, not a good representation of the instruments' great acoustic sound. This is my favorite mando of the three I own.