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Luna Guitars Trinity A-Style Mandolin
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Strum away to your heart's content on this lovely A-Style mandolin with a Trinity rosette sound hole. Its solid spruce top sounds sweet from the firs...Read More
Strum away to your heart's content on this lovely A-Style mandolin with a Trinity rosette sound hole. Its solid spruce top sounds sweet from the first pluck, but will change and grow in quality and depth over the many years you own it. The punchiness of the solid maple body contributes to the initial tone, and is finished in spruce burst with a matte finish, which looks perfect with the faux-tortoise binding.
This instrument features a rosewood fingerboard with Luna's mother-of-pearl moon phase markers and is crowned by Luna's mother-of-pearl logo on the headstock. Case sold separately.
A unique, high quality instrument that is affordable for both the casual and accomplished musician.
- Trinity rosette/sound hole
- Body: A-style
- Top: solid spruce
- Back/sides: solid maple
- Neck: maple
- Fretboard: rosewood
- Nut: 1-1/8"
- Finish: spruce burst - natural matte
- Binding: faux tortoise
- Case sold separately
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Comments about Luna Guitars Trinity A-Style Mandolin:
Played this mandolin at a local music store.First off this review is writtin with the price of the instrument in mind and in comparison to other mandolins of simular price and materials. Very handsome look and well made mandolin. The trinity sound hole is uniques and I assure you that if you are a rocker looking to add a manolin for a few tunes or in an Irish/Celtic band this will give you a great stage presence without sacrificing quality. Sound is nice a clear with a good ring from the solid wood top and sides. Fingering was good and the higher notes stood out with good clean tone and volume. You can get a mandolin of equal craftsmanship and materials for less on this site (reason for the 3.5 on value)but if you are wanting a good mandolin with a very distintive look you would not be making a mistake by purchasing this instrument.