Trinity College TM-250B Celtic Mandolin (Black Finish) by Trinity College. $548.63. The Trinity College TM-250B Mandolin is designed for traditional Celtic music though they are used un a wide variety of other styles as well.Top quality , all solid wood construction. The traditional style body is complemented by an elegant snakehead peghead with distinctive abalone inlay in the black and white overlay. This fine instrument has a Black Finish.
Savannah SF-100-BK F-Model Mandolin, Black by Savannah. $299.99. A well-built F-Model mandolin at this price range is truly unheard of. Our F-Model mandolin will appeal to a whole new group of players with its excellent construction, fittings, and sound. Features include a spruce top, nickel tuning machines and an inlaid headstock.
NEW Acoustic MANDOLIN - SANDALWOOD w. SPRUCE instrument by EDMBG. $87.99. BRAND NEW - "A" Style - MANDOLIN featuring Sandalwood back and sides.Traditional 8 String setup 27" length from tip of headstock to the end of the strap lock. Mother of Pearl Tuning keys with GOLD plated hardware all over! Even the screws are GOLD.Adjustable bridge.Hand Carved Spruce top Rosewood Fingerboard and bridge. Silver frets Classic "A-Style" Teardrop Design! This Mandolin really projects the s...
Kentucky Artist A-Model Mandolin Model KM-174 in Burgundy by Kentucky. $355.96. Every Kentucky mandolin is meticulously hand-crafted from the finest materials to produce the best possible instrument for players of every level. We have upgraded the 100 series throughout and added new color options for every taste.
Savannah SA-100-BK A-Model Mandolin, Black by Savannah. $101.53. Finally, an easily affordable mandolin that looks and sounds great! But, don't be fooled by the price, our A-Model mandolin has good, clean workmanship and a bright sound. It is sure to have great sell-through success at this low price.
The first artist is Vicki Shell, of Johnson City, TN. Vicki is a musician and builds mandolins out of canteen gourds. She says her instruments are different than most because she has found a way to tune them to standard pitch. (Most all gourd instruments are tuned an octave low to prevent putting too much pressure on the gourd and cracking it.) I have seen some beautiful gourd banjos and guitars, but this is the first mandolin I've seen. meant to be played and not just to look at!