There is a lot of interest in mandolins at the lower price points. While we do not sell these directly, we realize that many players need to keep the costs down with their first mandolin, but still need a good serviceable instrument. We thought it would be a worthwhile service to our customers to point them in the right direction when mandolin shopping even if they don't buy from us.
M510DVS The sound of a driving mandolin solo brings to mind the Appalachians and the bittersweet melodies of generations past. Ibanez M510DVS Mandolin Features: A-style mandolin Select spruce top Mahogany back & sides Chrome hardware Pearl Dot Inlay.
|body shape||A-style body|
|back & sides||Mahogany back & sides|
|tuning machine||Chrome mandolin tuner|
|number of frets||20|
|a : Length||13 1/2"|
|b : Width||10 3/4"|
|c : Max Depth||2"|
|a : Width||30mm at NUT|
|b : Width||40mm at 14F|
|c : Thickness||22.5mm at 1F|
|d : Thickness||24.5mm at 7F|
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