Store Demo | Gold Tone GM-50 A-Style Mandolin
- Product ID: GM50
- UPC/Barcode: 875116000363
Store Demo Deal!This item is a store demo product. Blemishes from controlled light use in our stores may be present. This item will ship in a custom box, and not the manufacturers original packaging. In most cases the orginal manufacturer's warrany will still apply. For more specifics, give us a call at 800-338-6939.
This solid top A-style mandolin is a replica of a famous vintage mandolin. The curly maple back helps promote consistent volume. Each GM-50 undergoes a complete professional setup in the Gold Tone Factory in Florida. To increase tone, we sand the bridge feet for a perfect fit with the arched top. To assure the best playability, we level, crown and polish frets, oil the fingerboard, adjust slots in the nut and bridge, and electronically intonate the bridge. This attention to detail assures every GM-50 of excellent tone and the lowest possible string action.
- Neck Maple
- Fingerboard Rosewood
- Top Solid Spruce
- Arch Bridge Rosewood, Adjustable
- Back Maple
- Sides Maple
- Fingerboard Inlay Dot
- Neck Binding black
- Nut Bone
- Tailpiece Chrome covered tailpiece
- Strings GDAE - .040, .024, .016, .011
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30 Days. Love it or return it. Guaranteed!
- Decided you want a different finish? No problem.
- Color doesn't match your sweet new setup perfectly? No problem.
- Size just isn't quite right? No problem.
- The sunlight doesn't reflect just right of it? No problem.
At YandasMusic.com your complete satisfaction is our number one goal! That is why we are pleased to include a 30 day return guarantee with every order. If you are unhappy with a product for any reason, visit our support page here, and let us know! We're here to help in any way that we can. Our return policy was created to help keep our prices low, and to ensure that a customer is never stuck with a item they do not want.
Of course, there are a few exceptions to the rule, such as drum sticks, saxophone reeds, etc.