Before 1922, most popular mandolins had Oval-shaped sound holes; offering a distinctive sound that played a significant role in shaping the sound of popular music of the day. The diminutive size, unique voice, and relative affordability made it perfect for a wide range of musical styles. To this day, vintage examples of these popular A-style instruments are still played by discerning musicians and coveted by collectors around the world.
|Back and Side Material||Solid Maple|
|Bridge Material||Rosewood with Adjustment Wheels|
|Fingerboard Binding||White ABS|
|Fingerboard Inlay||M-O-P Dots|
|Finish||High-gloss Traditional Sunburst Nitrocellulose|
|Neck / Body Joint||Dovetail|
|Neck Material||One-piece Maple|
|Number of Frets Clear||14|
|Number of Frets Total||22|
|Nut Width||1 1/8"|
|Peghead Inlay||Vintage Wreath white pearl and pearl Kentucky script|
|Peghead Overlay||Snakehead Rosewood|
|Pickguard||Black/White/Black ABS with beveled edge|
|Plating||Nickel-plated / Pattern and Logo Stamped|
|13 7/8" (352.40mm)|
|Sound Hole Shape||Traditional Oval|
|Tailpiece||Nickel-plated with coverplate and leather insert|
|Truss Rod||Traditional 2-screw black ABS|
|Tuning Machines||High-quality tuning machines with white buttons|
Sold Out $ 1,800.00
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