WNAMM13: What Do You Get When You Cross A Stratocaster With A Mandolin?

The Fender Mando-Strat   23-Jan-13

WNAMM13: What Do You Get When You Cross A Stratocaster With A Mandolin?


The classic Fender electric mandolin returns as the new Mando-Strat. Fender says that this highly distinctive and charmingly diminutive instrument evokes the distinctive shape and chiming tone of the Fender electric four-string mandolins of the 1950s and '60s, with an updated and improved design for modern players.

Features include a solid alder body, 13.78" scale, "C"-shaped maple neck with 24-fret rosewood fingerboard, and specially designed pickup with volume and tone controls. Other features include a vintage-style bridge with chrome plate made on the actual machine used to produce the original parts half a century ago, three-ply tortoise shell pickguard, vintage-style tuners, and chrome hardware.

Pricing and Availability:
$399.99 MSRP

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Mandocaster surely?

23-Jan-13 08:04 AM


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