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These are brand new LM-520 Blems. A Blem still comes with the lifetime warranty and is in new condition with the exception of minor cosmetic flaws.
We have limited number of these.
The new hand-carved LM-520 F-model mandolin is our response to players’ requests for a value priced mandolin with more stripped down appointments yet a similar sound to our best-selling Loar LM-600 and LM-400 mandolins.
The new 520 is carefully assembled in the same hand-carved workshop that gave birth to the LM-400 and 700, and have similar hand-carved, fully graduated spruce tops. The solid maple back of each instrument is also hand carved, and the solid maple sides complete the package. The maple neck has a comfortable rounded “V” profile finished with a rosewood fretboard. The compensated adjustable ebony bridge and high quality vintage-style Grover tuning machines insure that these mandolins have great intonation and stay in tune no matter how hard they are played.
Perfect for players who want a high-quality, great-sounding hand-carved mandolin but don’t need all of the bells and whistles, these minimally appointed instruments deliver the high-end tone, chop and projection the music community has come to expect from The Loar.
|MODEL:||LM-520 PERFORMER MANDOLIN|
|TOP:||SOLID HAND-CARVED, FULLY GRADUATED SPRUCE TOP|
|BACK & SIDES||SOLID HAND-CARVED, FULLY GRADUATED MAPLE BACK, SOLID MAPLE SIDES|
|NECK:||MAPLE W/ROUNDED "V" PROFILE|
|HEADSTOCK INLAY:||M.O.P. LOGO|
|FINISH OPTIONS:||VINTAGE SUNBURST|
|TUNING MACHINES:||GROVER WITH PEARLOID BUTTONS|
|BRIDGE:||COMPENSATED ADJUSTABLE EBONY|
|NUT, WIDTH:||BONE, 1-1/8"|
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Mandolin Setup (performed by Folkmusician)
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