The Loar Honey Creek A-Style Mandolin LM-110-BRB w/ Hard Case

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Keith Holland Guitars
Los Gatos, CA, United States
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From The Loar:
Authentic mandolin "chop" is recognizable from the first strum, and can only be found in an instrument with a true, hand-carved spruce top. The Loar hand-carved the tops of the LM-110 to provide that real 1920's sound, but with enough vibration to still cut through in today's ensemble playing.

The thin "V" profile of the maple neck fits comfortably in the player's hand and our removal of the fretboard extension beyond the 20th fret allows for easy strumming without getting hung up on the extended upper frets.

The original and authentic A-model body shape is quite simply a longstanding favorite.

Features:
Hand-Carved Spruce Top
Maple Back and Sides
Padauk Fingerboard
Bone Nut
Nickel Tuners w/ Pearl Buttons
Two-way Adjustable Truss Rod
Ivoroid Binding
13 29/32" Scale    1 1/8" Nut Width

This mandolin is in Brand New condition from The Loar and has been inspected by our world-class techs.  This package is complete with a new Guardian Hard Case.

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