Eastwood "Mandocaster" c. 2014 w/Case
In the early 1960’s, Fender made a 4-string electric mandolin that became known as the Mandocaster. Forty years later Eastwood made a true 8-string version with 2 pickups. The Eastwood Mandocaster is one of the best-selling electric mandolins in the world, and with good reason. With a classic vintage body shape and comfortable maple neck, the Mandocaster is immensely fun to play, with a range of sounds thanks to two single coil pickups that are clear as a bell and free from noise. Perfect for any mandolinist looking to break into effects pedals or being heard over a rock band, or guitar players looking for a different texture in their arrangements and recordings.
This slightly used instrument is in excellent condition with very few signs of use. The neck is straight and the action appropriate.
Comes with black hard case.
- Body: Solid Alder
- Neck: Maple, Bolt-on
- Fingerboard: Rosewood, Block Markers
- Scale Length: 14"
- Width at Nut: 1 3/16"
- Pickups: Two Single Coil pickups
- Switching: 3-Way
- Controls: Volume, Tone
- Bridge: Fully adjustable Tele-Style bridge
- Hardware: Gotoh Nickel/Chrome
- Strings: Both E- .010 / A- .014 / D- .024 / G- .034
- Case: Not included
- Unique Features: Intonatable bridge saddle, solid body electric