MD305 Electro Acoustic A-Style Mandolin
Individually hand-built using traditional materials and 'old world' craftsmanship with solid spruce Top, solid maple back & sides. has a rosewood fingerboard and adjustable ebony bridge. The F-style body with F-holes gives the player superb tone and projection of sound.
The mandolin of choice for traditional bluegrass and country players, Eastman A-Style Mandolins are lovingly handcrafted with premium tonewoods and time-honored traditional methods.
Each hand built Eastman instrument is designed and constructed to provide the most demanding musician with excellent playability, superior tone and volume and unfailing reliability through excellent design.
The KnK twin mandolin pickup is fitted inside the body near to where the bridge sits and feeds to a 1/4 inch female socket which incorporates the end pin for connecting a suitable strap. A suitable impedance matching pre-amp is recommended but not necessary.
- Neck Woods: Maple
- Neck Length: 6 15/16″ (176.19mm)
- Nut Material: Bone
- Nut Width 1 3/32″ (27.78mm)
- Scale Length: 13 7/8″ (352.42mm)
- Fingerboard Timber : Ebony
- Fingerboard Radius: 12″ (304mm)
- Frets: Dunlop #6310
- Inlays: White mother-of-pearl
- Tuners: Chrome
- Strings: D’Addario J74 strings
- Body Shape: A-style
- Top Wood: Carved Solid Spruce
- Back/Sides Wood: Carved Solid Maple
- Body Binding: Ivoroid
- Bridge: Fitted adjustable Ebony
- Tailpiece: Stamped chrome
Body Dimensions: 26 11/16″ x 10″ x 1 7/8″ (677.86mm x 254mm x 47.62mm)
Finish: Satin lacquer
Case: Padded Gig bag Included in price
Warranty: Eastman lifetime Warranty against materials and workmanship
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ABOUT THE MANDOLIN TWIN
The Mandolin Twin is a dual-head retrofit mandolin transducer. It reproduces the original mandolin tone with very natural tone quality and it is highly feedback resistant. It is used by high end Mandolin builders and by many professional players.
The Mandolin Twin Internal is a fully internal pickup system. Both the tranducers and the endpin-jack are mounted inside the mandolin. The transducers are attached with double-sided adhesive tape, providing a robust installation with minimum sound interference.