Vintage 1920's Bruno Flat Back Mandolin By Regal-low Action-original Case
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Vintage 1920's Bruno Flat Back Mandolin By Regal-low Action-original Case:
VINTAGE 1920'S BRUNO FLAT BACK MANDOLIN
You're not going to find this one on the cover of MANDO BEAUTIFUL
magazine. But it has a very nice sound and the action is low and easy.Its a 1920's era Bruno The Vernon flat back mandolin built by Regal.Looks to be solid birch bodied with enclosed tuners and galalith saddled
bridge.There is a lot of wear to the finishes both front and back. Its structurally
sound and has a cool, blue class vibe to it. As far as the sound it can really dish it out. With a nice punch and very easy
maneuvering around the fretboard.Action is 1/8" at the 10th fret, where neck meets body, both bass and treble
sides. There is some wear to the frets and fretboard but nothing major.Measures 9 1/2" across the body and is about 24" long. 2 1/2" deep as
measured at tailpiece.Comes with original bottom loading cowboy case as shown in the pictures.
Case is in serviceable condition. .Payment due within 3 days of sale end please, Shipping via UPS
Ground within continental U.S. and USPS Priority Mail everywhere
On May-20-13 at 13:17:49 PDT, seller added the following information:
standingpilot Store On May-20-13 at 13:23:52 PDT, seller added the following information:
There is a crack in the wood on the back side of
this mandolin that I forgot to describe in the original
listing. Its on the treble side of the back and it goes
from binding to binding-about 4 1/2" long. The crack
is tight, it does not flex under thumb pressure.