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The quality found in mandolins costing twice as much.
Cutaway Florentine style with a hand-carved spruce top and North American figured maple back and sides. Gold hardware and pearloid tuners. Includes case ($139.90 value).
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I have played guitar since the 60's. But my interest in bluegrass has forced me to buy a Mandolin because they sound so great. This one looked so great and the value seemed to be there. My expectations were exceeded! This is a great instrument! I can't belive the sound that comes out of this little thing. I took it to my tech guy to get it set up right. He just lowered the bridge a little and said that was all it needed. No charge. You can't beat that! And it looks fantastic. A work of art! I recommend it for beginners or masters. And you get a great hard case.
I have played the 5-string banjo for 30 years have recently swiched over to the mandolin. I have owned it for 3 years and love the playablity. The action is superb. Will keep this one.
Beautiful ringing sound, easy to play, well made, stays in tune, a delightful instrument to play and so reasonable to buy. Comes with a very nice hard case also.
Finish defects,bad fret at #6 crack in binding. had to file several frets, neck adjust. had to bend tailpiece to prevent string buzz.
I received ths mandolin in 1st week of March 2006 and the G string had bad vibration. Local music store said the nut was not installed properly. I was disapointed because of the cost of the instrument more quality is not taken into consideration. I have since sent it back to be replaced.
This sweet little mandolin has the a truly impressive articulation. I downright floored when I heard the tones coming out of the this thing, and it is simply a JOY to play. It is best suited for solos, playing chords seems to stretch it a little thin. Will probably be the mandolin I keep for life.