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Collings Mandolin MT Deluxe New

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This is where the Collings line of mandolins begins but as with their guitars, it's far more than just "basic." The carved Engelmann spruce top means it's a mandolin that responds to even light picking, so you get a full tone without bashing on it. And the Eastern flamed maple back, sides and neck have lots of figure, there's no need to pay extra for lots of curly figure. Whether you're lightly noodling around or playing chop-chord backup for a string band, the Collings MT has great tone and volume with easy playability. The bridge saddle is easily adjustable so minor tweaks to the string action are not a hassle (you can even do it yourself if you're careful).

$3,900.00

MODEL: MT DELUXE MANDOLIN
TOP: SITKA SPRUCE BAKED
BACK AND SIDES: EASTERN FLAMED MAPLE
FRETS TO BODY: 12
NUT WIDTH: 1 1/8"
SCALE LENGTH: 13 7/8"
BRIDGE SPACING: 1 9/16"
BRIDGE MATERIAL: EBONY W/ ADJUSTABLE SADDLE
FRETBOARD MATERIAL: EBONY IVOROID BOUND
NECK MATERIAL: EASTERN FLAMED MAPLE
BINDING: IVOROID
BRACING: TONE BARS
INLAY: MOP DOTS
NECK PROFILE: ROUNDED V
TOTAL FRETS: 22
TUNERS: NICKEL GOTOH W/ BLACK BUTTONS
FINISH: GLOSS TOP, SATIN BACK NITROCELLULOSE LACQUER
CASE: ORIG. HARD
SERIAL NO: 4377
WEIGHT: 1.92 LBS.

The Gryphone Advantage: This instrument has been personally setup by a member of our repair staff. Gryphon’s sustained commitment to quality ensures that no instrument not at optimal playing condition is sold. This comes with a lifetime discount on future repair and customizations.

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Acoustic guitars, mandolins, and banjos are still the mainstays at Gryphon, as they have been for over 45 years, though our inventory of steel guitars and ukuleles continues to grow as well. In recent years an important part of our growth has been in instruments by very small companies and individual makers, as we continue to keep one foot, or at least several toes, outside the mainstream music industry.