Traditional Kentucky A-model mandolins offer players that big sweet tone and easy playability, all priced within the reach of any budget-conscious musician. Saga has now raised the bar even further by upgrading the features of the KM-140 to include a solid top - making this already runaway best-seller even better!
Curious about how the Kentucky KM-140 mandolin compares to the KM-150? We have a short explanation here: Kentucky KM-140 vs KM-150 Mandolin
|Back and Side Material||Mahogany|
|Bridge Material||Polished Indian Rosewood with Adjustment Wheels|
|Fingerboard Binding||White ABS|
|Fingerboard Inlay||M-O-P Dots|
|Fingerboard Material||Indian Rosewood|
|Finish||Sunburst High-gloss Lacquer|
|Neck / Body Joint||Dovetail|
|Neck Material||One-piece Mahogany|
|Note||Accepts Loop-end Strings Only|
|Number of Frets Clear||12|
|Number of Frets Total||20|
|Nut Width||1 1/8"|
|Peghead Inlay||M-O-P Logo Script|
|Peghead Overlay||Black Paint|
|Plating||Nickel-plated / Pattern and Logo Stamped|
|Scale Length||13 7/8" (354mm)|
|Soundhole Shape||Traditional F-Hole|
|Tailpiece||1920s-style Stamped Brass / Press-fit Cover|
|Top Purfling||Multi-ply W-B-W / Top and Back Inlay|
|Truss Rod||Traditional Two-Way Adjustable|
|Tuning Machines||Gotoh™ 4-on-a-plate / White ABS Buttons|
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