#8402 Regal Mandolin, early 1930’s
We’re calling this early 1930’s, but it may actually be late ’20s – either way, its appointments date it to between 1927 and 1932. Very similar to Gibson’s A-style from the same time, we suspect this could be an excellent example of a rarely seen Regal Ultra Grand Deluxe model, featuring the more stylish extended fingerboard, compared with Gibson’s squared-off version. And with a sound-hole in place of the more usual f-holes, this little Regal beauty has amazing projection! Built at the famous Regal factory in Chicago, construction is all solid Mahogany, the fingerboard is Ebony...
#8095 Bean Blossom Mandolin, new, with case
A brand new Bean Blossom BM100 mandolin, by Morgan Monroe, in its original hard shell case. Named after bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe’s original bluegrass festival in Indiana, this stunning mandolin, in vintage tobacco sunburst, is a warehouse overstock, so for this price you won’t find a nicer production model mandolin in Australia. Spruce top, maple back and sides, extended rosewood fingerboard, adjustable rosewood bridge, gold hardware, fully bound body and neck, vintage-style pearlized tuners and beautiful inlaid headstock. It has an adjustable truss-rod, multi-ply black ...