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Ashbury Style E31 Mandolin

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  • Ashbury style e mandolin - solid alaskan sitka spruce top, rosecherry body, designed by phil davidson
  • Made by ashbury acoustic instruments - professional quality range of guitars, basses, resonators, ukuleles, mandolins, banjos & fiddles
  • 3 ply neck, rosewood fingerboard, bridge & peghead plate
  • Rosewood binding, 3ply wood rosette, buffalo bone nut and saddle
  • Picato strings: .012/.016/.026w/.040w
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions76 x 44.8 x 11.4 cm
Item model numberSTYLE E31
Colournatural
Country Produced Invietnam
  
Additional Information
ASINB001ILCGBQ
Best Sellers Rank 69,669 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 Kg
Date First Available17 Oct. 2008
  
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Ashbury Style E Mandolin - Solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce top, rosecherry body, designed by Phil Davidson<P>A lovely instrument with a good full sound and great sustain. Versatile, this instrument can be played softly for celtic music or played more vigorously for bluegrass etc. The mandolin has a wider fingerboard than most, being 30mm at the top nut. This makes it more comfortable for guitar players or those used to the wider fingerboard common in handmade mandolins. Design by top UK mandolin Luither Phil Davidson.<P>Ashbury offers a range of high quality traditional instruments at affordable prices. The range includes acoustic and electro acoustic guitars, autoharps, fiddles, mandolins, banjos and ukuleles. All of the Ashbury products are extremely popular, and the range is constantly being examined and perfected to offer the best possible value in quality and materials.<BR><BR>The range is aimed at the beginner to semi-professional player, offering very playable instruments with high specifications for the best price. Ashbury instruments make an excellent and affordable upgrade from any entry-level instrument.<P>Made by Ashbury Acoustic Instruments - Professional quality range of Guitars, Basses, Resonators, Ukuleles, Mandolins, Banjos & Fiddles

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Ashbury Style E Mandolin Solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce top, rosecherry body, designed by Phil Davidson

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Thomas Suddes on 27 Feb. 2012
Having played the mandolin for over 40 years I bought one of these to replace my old full bowl back mandolin. Superb tone, rich deep base notes, even distribution of sound/volume on each pair of strings with no one string dominating the other three. The quality of sound is impressive and well worth the price. Great great quality.
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Completely agree with the previous reviewer! Owned this mandolin for 2 years now (bought from Millers Music in Cambridge) and it is a simply superb instrument with a great sound. Courses (pair of 2 strings, mandolin has 4 double courses) are spaced slightly further apart than on other mandolins which suits playing melodies better but can make fretting 2 courses (4 strings) with one finger when playing chords difficult for those with small hands/skinny fingers. I originally thought I would upgrade after a couple of years to a more expensive (£700-£2000) mandolin depending on how I got on but there really is no need. I practice everyday and can highly recommend Greg Hornes books for beginners and intermediate players. Unlike guitar where you can live on tab alone I recommend learning to read music and learning a bit of music theory (this is a useful free "shareware" pdf [...] and also available in book form from amazon, the good stuff is in section 4) as this will allow you to play anything and improvise solos when playing with others.
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