L-R: KM-750, KM-751, KM-755 & KM-756
San Francisco, Calif. — Saga Musical Instruments has announced their newly redesigned Kentucky KM-750 Deluxe F-model mandolin series.
Available in four lacquer finish options: Traditional Tobacco Sunburst, Jet Black, Vintage Amberburst, and Transparent Brown, these mandolins faithfully maintain the delicate balance between high-quality materials, exceptional playability, and tonal perfection for a fair price.
From the delicate lines of the hand carved and graduated body and comfortable fast action neck – both hand constructed from the finest dry-aged European tonewoods available - Kentucky designers studied every angle and employed almost 40 years of experience to recreate the entire line from the inside out.
Like all Kentucky mandolins, the KM-750 series is meticulously constructed to the highest standards possible to achieve the quality of tone and level of refinement that easily surpasses our most legendary mandolins of the past.
Deluxe Series Kentucky F-model mandolins also include a host of other professional features like high quality nickel-plated engraved tuners and tailpiece, a bone nut and adjustable rosewood bridge, and fingerboard with medium-sized frets.
After the roll-out of the 750 series, similar future plans include changes to the KM-650 (including the new "stripped down" model KM-606) and KM-550 series.
Examples of the KM-750 series are expected to be on display in the Saga Musical Instruments booth at the 2017 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., January 19-22.