Mandolen

Mandola Herwiga

Mandola MGF

Mandola portugiesische Form

Octave mandola made of rosewood or curly mountain maple, spruce sound-board with or without plectrum guard, broad sound-hole inlay, mounted sleeve protector, 21 rib onion-shaped back, opaque satin in appearance, head plate of rosewood with decorative maple underlay as well as mother-of-pearl and wood inlays, tuners and tailpiece gilded, sounding string length 450 or 460 mm, Thomastik strings.

Guitar-shaped octave mandola of rosewood or curly mountain maple, spruce sound-board with or without plectrum guard, with wide sound-hole inlay and mounted sleeve-protector, sides joined to 11 rib strongly vaulted back, body of opaque satin appearance, head plate of rosewood with decorative maple underlay and wood inlay, tuners and tail-piece gilded, sounding string length 450 or 460 mm, Thomastik strings.

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Concert octave mandola made of rosewood or curly mountain maple. The sound-board is the same as the front of the "Herwiga” mandola. The difference from the "Herwiga” mandola is in the way the body is constructed: A 90 mm deep gradually tapered connecting piece between the neck and body, a nine-piece vaulted back with inlaid ribs, sound-board with or without plectrum guard, with a wide sound-hole inlay and mounted sleeve protector; opaque satin body, head plate of rosewood with maple underlay and inlay; the shape of the head is like that of the "Herwiga” mandola, nickel-plated tuners and tailpiece, sounding string length 450 or 460 mm, Thomastik strings.