Fender FM 100 Mandolin PackProduct #517578 Fender 517578 TAM Mandolins https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
A complete package with everything you need to start playing mandolin today!
A-style slim-line design mandolin with a laminated spruce top, laminated nato back and sides, nato neck with 13.7" scale length, rosewood fingerboard, and compensated height-adjustable rosewood bridge. 4 chrome in-line machine heads with white plastic buttons. Other special touches include dot inlays, simple black/white body binding, silkscreened logo, white plastic nut and saddle, 2-ply black pickguard, 4-ply ivory body binding, bound fingerboard, chrome tailpiece, and F holes. Includes gig bag, strap, strings, chromatic tuner, picks, and instructional material.
Includes a gig bag.
- "A" Style Slim-line Mandolin
- Laminated spruce top
- Laminated nato back, sides, and neck
- Rosewood fingerboard (9.96")
- 21 frets
- Compensated height-adjustable rosewood bridge
- 4 chrome in-line machine heads with white plastic buttons
- 13.7" scale length
- 1.85" body depth
- 1.12" width at nut
- Dot inlays
- Simple black/white body binding
- Silkscreened logo
- White plastic nut and saddle
- 2-ply black pickguard
- 4-ply ivory body binding
- Bound fingerboard
- Chrome tailpiece
- F holes
- Strings: Fender Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings, gauges .011-.040
- Includes a gig bag
A beginning mandolin kit from Fender! Order now.
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Comments about Fender FM 100 Mandolin Pack:
Never played an instrument in my 43 years of living. Decided to pick up the mandolin just for something to do while I was on a 6 month deployment. When I first got it the bridge was broken. Took it into a shop to be repaired until I got a new bridge in (Music123 Customer Service was great about this). After getting it fixed by Deathridge Music and tuned in with better strings, I found the overall sound and tone to be nice. The G string however seems to have a dead tone to it, but it could just be me not really knowing how to play very well yet. I have managed to teach myself a couple of songs with it and really am starting to love playing it. Great starter Mandolin from a company with a good reputation.