Breedlove American Series KF Mandolin
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A classic high lonesome sound, updated in a beautiful Breedlove K-style body.
With a design that harkens back to the golden era of mandolin building, the Breedlove American mandolins combine the best traditional construction elements with Breedlove's cutting-edge aesthetics and attention to detail.
With a distinctive asymmetrical "K "shape mandolin body, this instrument not only provides fantastic aesthetics, but it fulfills your most discerning tonal desires. With an open, full sound, the KF is perfect for styles ranging from Classical to Celtic Music. With fantastic sustain and unmatched projection, the Breedlove American KF mandolin will shine in a bluegrass setting and beyond. The solid Sitka spruce top and flamed maple back and sides complement these features, and add robust projection, so this F-style can be heard no matter what arrangement you find yourself in. Whether practicing at home, jamming with your buddies, or blazing some Bill Monroe licks at center stage, this 8-string sounds killer. The Breedlove mandolin's 13.94" scale, 1-3/16" nut width, and 16" radius provides comfort and accessibility when running up and down the instrument's 23 frets. The bolt-on maple neck, and ebony bridge and fretboard provide amazing clarity and sustain, while also making the mandolin incredibly sturdy.
Dressed in a smooth satin fnish, with Gotoh M120-N tuners, and chrome hardware, this mandolin is truly a bluegrass looker, and will impress everybody within range of its killer tone and breathtaking looks. The mandolin comes with a Breedlove deluxe hardshell case.
- Asymmetrical K-style mandolin with traditional F sound holes
- Solid flamed maple back and sides
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- 13.94" scale
- Bolt-on neck joint
- Maple neck
- Ebony fretboard
- 23 frets
- 1-3/16" nut width
- 16" radius
- Ebony bridge
- Gotoh M120-N tuners
- Chrome hardware
- Satin finish
Fine spruce and flame maple come together in a celebration of American trad sound.