Savannah Mandolin - SA100 Sunburst Finish w/Gig Bag USED
Check out this used mandolin by Savannah in a beautiful sunburst finish. Barely used and is in excellent condition, we recently put a new set of strings on it and set it up to be ready to play!
With this used mandolin, expect quality and value without having to spend tons of money. Great to play for practice, a jam session, or even the studio! Sports a hard maple neck, bound rosewood fretboard, 12th fret neck joint, and an adjustable compensated bridge.
This mandolin is used but still in like new condition. Slight scratches on the pick-guard from general use but otherwise no visible cosmetic damage! Does not affect playability at all. Functions perfectly.
- Savannah Mandolin - SA100 Sunburst Finish w/Gig Bag USED
- Hard Maple Neck
- Bound Rosewood Fretboard
- 12th Fret Neck Joint
- Adjustable Compensated Bridge
- Chrome Tuning Machines
- Superior Instrument Case (Made In USA) Included
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