Kentucky's KM-150 series combines great tone and playability with period-correct vintage styling and specifications in an affordable A-style mandolin. The KM-156 is notable for its rich, transparent brown high-gloss finish, which recalls famous mandolins of the prewar era. This carefully applied, ultra thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish is exactly the same finish that was used on most prewar originals, and it promotes optimum sound as well as looking beautiful and vintage correct.
|Back and Side Material||Solid Maple|
|Fingerboard Binding||White ABS|
|Fingerboard Inlay||M-O-P Dots|
|Fingerboard Material||Indian Rosewood|
|Neck / Body Joint||Modified Dovetail|
|Number of Frets Clear||12|
|Number of Frets Total||21|
|Nut Width||1 1/8"|
|Peghead Inlay||M-O-P Logo Script|
|13 7/8" (354mm)|
|Soundhole Shape||Traditional F-hole|
|Top||Solid Alpine Spruce|
|Top Purfling||Multi-ply W/B/W|
|Truss Rod||Traditional 2-way|
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