RISA ELECTRIC MANDOLA
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Now Sold RISA ELECTRIC MANDOLA SEMI HOLLOW body mandola with 2 lipstick pickups. Unusual INSTRUMENT

shape with triple position selector switch and 1 volume and 1 tone control. Nice playing neck with

good action. £300


EKO MANDOLIN (1960's)
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EKO MANDOLIN (1960's)
VG-EC, teardrop shaped body without soundholes, electric pickup with volume and
tone control, cherry sunburst finish, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, bolt-on mahogany neck,

18-fret wenge fingerboard with dot inlays, zero fret,
10-1/4" body width, 2" to 3" body depth, ~13" scale, 1-3/16" nut width, fixed wenge bridge with saddle,

brown pickguard, open-gear tuners, clamshell tailpiece,
built in Italy, with nice homemade HSC (pink lining) Not sure I agree with the choice of colour for the

lining, but still, nice case for a nice mandolin. Eko instruments seem to be getting quite collectable

now and here's one I can certainly vouch for at £325 Sold


1922 Martin AK "Koa"
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. FOR SALE 1922 Martin AK "Koa" Here is a Very Rare and Beautiful Martin Mandolin. It Features an Incredibly

Grained, Rosewood Bound Koa Body with an Inlaid Tortoise
Pickguard, a Mahogany Neck with an Ebony Fretboard, Small Dot Inlays, a Clamshell Shaped Bridge Cover

and an Ebony Bridge. This is a Gorgeous Mandolin
that has a Sound that can't be matched! EXC w/OHSC £950


TACOMA M-2 (1999)
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Not FOR SALE TACOMA M-2 (1999)
EC+, pseudo-F profile, flat top and back, gloss natural finish, solid sitka spruce top with offset

soundhole, solid rosewood back and sides, bolt-on mahogany
neck, 24-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, 1-1/8" nut width, 14" scale, non-adjustable

rosewood bridge, black tailpiece, ivoroid-bound body,
b-w-b top purfling, clear pickguard, gold Schaller tuners with pearloid buttons, made in the USA, with

shaped OHSC (tan plush lining) (SN:C3645050)
This is a comparatively new mandolin, 9 years old, but the action and sound is incredible. For an

affordable easy playing instrument that sounds great, I can thoroughly recommend these. £595


Bazooki
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Fylde Bazooki 2004 - Mahogany back and sides with a cedar top. Tuned as a mandolin it makes a great instrument as an alternative for a mandolin player. It's certainly not lacking in volume even without plugging in the excellent pick-up. Value circa £550
but not for sale at the moment.


Jedson
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Jedson Tenor Banjo.Beautifully figured Birds eye maple, pot & resonator, with case Another alternative for the mandolin player. Tuned as a mandolin it brings new meaning to some of those tunes. Excellent condition and I should think about 40 years old. Value circa £675 Sold
 


Ovation
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Ovation Celebrity mandolin 2005 - Acoustic/electric with cutaway body and spruce top. Not a lot I can say except it's what you would expect from an Ovation. Compared with Gibsons the neck is a trifle narrow but it makes it easier for chords and you soon get used to it. The electrics are good as expected. Value circa £380