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    Default National RM1

    I have a 2012 maple rm1 mandolin that has no binding on the neck and no truss rod cover. I'm wondering if this was a limited run or a different neck. I have contacted National resophonic but have not heard back. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance, Eric.

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    I did an Google image search on "national rm1 mandolin" and found a couple which had no binding, at least one of which clearly had no truss rod cover. I was hoping to find clear indications that they weren't all of the same instrument, and found that one had a maple back, the brass cover and a strap button at the heel, one maple and brass and no strap button, and one (in the UK) was walnut back and a hot plate cover.

    None of them described the neck variation as being special, or even noted it.
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