Savannah SA-120 Louisville All Solid A-Style Mandolin

$125.00

 Condition: Refurbished
 – Retail Price : $170.00
 – Your Price : $125.00
 – Solid wood and superior playability at a steal of a price.

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Item condition: Refurbished

Retail Price : $170.00

Your Price : $125.00

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Savannah SA-120 Louisville All Solid A-Style Mandolin

Solid wood and superior playability at a steal of a price.

This Savannah A-Style mandolin features ALL SOLID carved woods for bright tone and loud projection. The SA-120 also features Gotoh tuners to keep it sounding at it’s best, a 14th fret neck joint, and twin tone bar bracing for exceptional durability and construction! The Louisville offers players an all solid mandolin for an unheard of price!

Features

  • Solid spruce top
  • Solid maple back
  • Solid maple sides
  • Solid carved maple neck
  • Bone nut
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Adjustable compensated rosewood bridge
  • 14th Fret neck joint
  • Nickel plated steel tailpiece with brass cover

This mandolin has been refurbished by MIRC. It is lightly stamped “used” on the back of the headstock, and a new serial number applied to prevent it from being sold as new factory stock. That being said, this mandolin is about as close to new as ‘used’ can get! Everything works, plays, and sounds as it should. There were no actual repairs made other than setup. There are some finish blemishes on the back, and a smudge in the headstock logo that can be seen in the pics. Other than that, this mandolin is in great condition and sounds and plays perfectly! You WON’T be disappointed!

Mandolin retails for $170.00

Free insured shipping in continental US. All other locations will be charged $125 shipping unless a shipping quote is obtained by contacting us before purchasing.

Appropriate sales tax will be added for buyers in Iowa.

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Savannah SA-120 Louisville All Solid A-Style Mandolin was last modified: January 7th, 2017 by Matt