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Easy to play and easy to own! Sporting a gorgeous finish, the Rogue RM-100A is a well-built, traditional...
The Ibanez M510 A-Style Acoustic Mandolin features an A-style body type, mahogany neck, back, and sides,...
An ultra-affordable starter set!
Hit the stage with impressive looks, classic tone and innovative functionality.
A mando and a uke in one affordable package.
The Ibanez M510 EDVS features an A-style body shape, mahogany neck, back, and sides, spruce top, chrome tuners...
Same brilliant luthiery and design as the F-5L with fewer frills for less cash.
No frills, just a hand-carved, fully graduated spruce top and hand-carved maple back for optimal tone.
Evolved from the lute, the modern has four pairs of metal strings and is typically played using a pick (or plectrum). In the first half of the 20th century, mandolins were extremely popular and, being relatively easy to play, a large amount of music was written and published for the instrument. In the United States the mandolin has long been associated with country and bluegrass music, with players such as Bill Munroe doing much to popularize the instrument, which had been seen earlier in the 20th century as a fad. In the late 1960's and early 1970's, rock and folk-rock musicians such as Levon Helm from The Band and John Paul Jones & Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin did much to popularize the instrument, as did the distinctive sound on Rod Stewart's "Maggie May". Contemporary musicians such as Decemberists and the White Stripes employ the mandolin with great effect. As with everything we sell, all our Mandolins are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.