While the mandola is gaining in popularity every day, there is still a lack of quality instruments available to the musician who doesn't wish to spen...Click To Read More About This Product
Distinctive, traditionally-styled and affordable mandola.
While the mandola is gaining in popularity every day, there is still a lack of quality instruments available to the musician who doesn't wish to spend the thousands of dollars for your typical boutique instrument from the private maker. This is why Trinity College has introduced the TM-275 Mandola. It's a thoroughly professional instrument in every way--made of selected all-solid tonewoods and artistically finished to the highest standards. The slim, mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod ensures easy playability and the 17" scale promotes the deep, rich bass tones that mandola players love. The elegant Celtic peghead design in pearl immediately identifies the TM-275 as part of the Trinity College family. A deluxe hard shell case is included.
Back and Side Material: Solid Maple
Binding: White ABS
Body Style: Mandola
Bridge Material: Polished Indian Rosewood with Adjustment Wheels
Fingerboard Binding: Ivoroid
Fingerboard Inlay: Mother-of-pearl Snowflakes
Fingerboard Material: Indian Rosewood
Finish: Natural High-gloss
Neck / Body Joint: Dovetail
Neck Material: Mahogany
Note: Accepts Loop-end Strings Only
Number of Frets Clear: 12
Number of Frets Total: 22
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1-1/4"
Peghead Inlay: Abalone and Mother-of-pearl Celtic Cross
Peghead Overlay: Black ABS
Scale Length: 17"
Soundhole Shape: Traditional Oval
Tailpiece: Modern Sand-cast Design
Top: Solid Spruce
Top Purfling: Multi-ply W-B-W Top and Back Inlay
Truss Rod: Traditional Two-Way Adjustable
Tuning Machines: Deluxe Sealed Gear / Small Metal Buttons
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