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Fender 63SE F-Style Concert Tone Mandolin

(Vintage Sunburst)  Sku #J23330004001000

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Upgraded design and appointments to give you more projection and complex tone.

The Concert Tone F63SE "F"-Style Mandolin a stellar combination in vintage looks and authentic Fender sound, and now, each one has been dutifully upgraded with all-new features. From upgraded carved solid spruce tops to reengineered asymmetrical tone bars, it's designed to deliver more projection andcomplex tone than ever before. Available in a classic Vintage Sunburst finish, it also boasts time-honored features reminiscent of original era Concert Tone instruments, including blue/green mother-of-pearl and abalone inlays.

Other features include solid flame maple back and sides, a one-piece "V"-shape maple neck with "Concert Tone" headstock, rosewood fingerboard with 29 frets and bone nut, aged
white neck and body binding, nickel-plated hardware and much more.

  • Series: Folk
  • Type: "F" Style Mandolin
  • Body Material: Carved Solid Spruce Top with Solid Flame Maple Back and Sides
  • Finish: High Gloss
  • Sound Holes: "F" Holes
  • Neck: 1-Piece Maple, "V" Shape
  • Neck Finish: High Gloss
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 29
  • Position Inlays: Concert Tone Mother-of-Pearl
  • Scale Length: 13.7" (347.98 mm)
  • String Nut: Bone, 1.126" (28.6 mm)
  • Truss Rod: Dual-Action
  • Tuning Machines: Deluxe 4-in-Line with White Pearloid Buttons
  • Hardware: Nickel-Plated
  • Bridge: Height Adjustable Rosewood
  • Pickups: Piezo (Bridge) with Endpin Output Jack
  • Other Features: 3-Ply Tortoiseshell Pickguard, Aged White Body Binding with
  • Black/White Purfling, Aged White Bound Fingerboard with
  • Fingerboard Extension, Engraved Tailpiece, "Concert Tone" Block
  • Inlay at the 19th Fret

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