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If you've thought about starting to play the mandolin, this Barnes and Mullins Flat Back model is about the most affordable way to do it!
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If you've wanted to start playing the mandolin, but not known where to start, start here: the Fender Concert Tone Mandolin pack!
If you've thought about learning the mandolin, or just need one for occasional Zep covers, try the Chord CTM28!
A great-playing and sounding mandolin that's perfect for beginners, the Tanglewood TWM T WRP is both quality and value!
With a scroll design and a cutaway for easy upper access, the Tanglewood TWM F VS mandolin is perfect for beginners!
A great-playing and sounding mandolin that's perfect for beginners, the Tanglewood TWM T BKP is both quality and value!
With it's solid spruce and maple construction and onboard preamp, the Barnes and Mullins BM600E sounds great plugged in and unplugged!
Suggested tuning E,A,D,G | Solid Mahogany top | Solid Mahogany back and sides | Mahogany neck | Rosewood fingerboard with ABS dots | Cream ABS binding | Pearl headstock inlay | Gold covered machine he
With a spruce and mahogany construction and vintage sunburst finish, the Tanglewood TWM O vintage sunburst is a great starter mandolin
Inspired by the dulcimer, but almost impossible to get to sound bad, the Seagull Merlin is difficult to stop playing!
The Barnes & Mullins BM650 Salvino Mandolin features an F-hole which is perfect for bluegrass players who need to cut through the ensemble
Based on an early 20th century find the Barnes & Mullins Abbott flat back andolin is made from quality woods & sounds as good as it looks!
With it's solid spruce and maple body, the Barnes & Mullins BM700 Piercy is a seriously nice mandolin to play!