A superb scroll top mandolin named in honour of the ''Piercy'' sisters to whom Bowley Barnes and Albert Mullins were married. Historically favoured for bluegrass music, this BM700 scroll-top has a soundhole in place of the F-holes usually found on most other scroll-top mandolins. This soundhole lends a broader tonal range to the player, with a more complete sound across the spectrum. However, F-hole equipped instruments are considered to have more 'cut-through' in a ensemble situation. Specification: Top: Solid Spruce Back and Sides: Solid Maple Neck: Maple Fingerboard: Rosewood Inlays: MOP dots Bridge: Ebony adjustable Hardware: Gold Machineheads: Open gear

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Barnes and Mullins Mandolin - Piercy Model

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  • £459.00

  • Ex Tax: £382.50