The Parisian Swing Mandolin combines the gypsy jazz look with traditional mandolin soundholes. These mandolins offer the familiar tone most players are accustomed to, and provide the ultimate in volume and cutting power.
The peghead is made from ebony, with product designer Greg Rich's distinctive Paris Swing logo and an abalone/M.O.P. Art Deco "Lozenge" inlay.
This unique model also has a beautiful Deco square pattern in M.O.P and abalone on the fretboard. The mandolin features select, solid AAA flamed maple back and sides, a flamed maple neck and a solid sitka spruce top. Each model is bound with tortoise-shell (natural models) or grained ivoroid (sunburst models) binding.
Each Paris Swing mandolin has a distinctive right-angle cutaway on the treble side that players associate with the great gypsy jazz instruments. The bass side of the body features the traditional F-model mandolin scroll.
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back: Solid AAA Flamed Maple
Sides: Solid AAA Flamed Maple
Body Feature: Horizontal Cutaway
Fretboard Inlay: Deco Square Pattern
Headstock Inlay: Abalone/M.O.P. Deco Lozenge Inlay
Neck: AAA Flamed Maple
Binding: Tortoise Shell (Natural); Grained Ivoroid (Sunburst)
Soundhole: Traditional F-Hole
Tailpiece: "Deco Teardrop" 1-Piece, Top-Loading Cast Tailpiece
Tailpiece Material: Nickel-Plated Brass
Scale Length: 12-3/4"
Nut Width: 1-3/32"
Neck Joint: Set
Finish: Natural Blonde or Sunburst
Made in China
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