Before 1922, most popular mandolins had Oval-shaped sound holes, which created a distinctive sound that played a significant role in shaping the soun...Click To Read More About This Product
Smaller soundhole for a characteristic voice.
Before 1922, most popular mandolins had Oval-shaped sound holes, which created 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 (compared to F-dstyle mandolins) made it perfect for a wide range of musical styles. Vintage examples of these popular A-style instruments are still played by discerning musicians and coveted by collectors around the world. This legendary mandolin design is affordably manifest in the Kentucky KM-272 A-style mandolin with the oval sound hole.
Incorporating the best features of vintage designs, and using only the best tonewoods, each instrument is expertly hand-carved and graduated to produce an instrument with a tone, look and build quality of highly prized collectible instruments. So take a step back in time by playing a new instrument that combines all the best features of old and the new “priced so that is affordable to all players.
Solid carved Sitka spruce top gives you clean articulation and a crisp, bright tone
Solid carved maple back and sides for extra punch
Slim maple neck for comfortable, easy action
Choice East Indian rosewood fingerboard ensures silky smooth playability
Transparent amber lacquer finish imparts enhanced luster and beauty
Recommended cases: C-1521, TL-45
Order soon and get youre hands on a quality mandolin at a gentle price.
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