N. Turturro Turnover (1920's)
To help insure the future availability of certain materials used in the construction of this instrument, additional fees and/or documentation may be required when shipping this item outside of the USA. This is due to the CITES treaty, which regulates international trade of certain materials like rosewood, abalone, and pearl.
If you purchase this item to be shipped outside of the USA, we'll determine whether the regulations apply to your order, and will contact you with more information if necessary."
- Teardrop shape
- Mahogany body and neck
- Round soundholes
- Rosewood fingerboards on opposite sides of the neck
- 17 frets on the mandolin side and 12 frets for the uke
- Both have ~1-5/16" nut widths and 13-5/8" scales
- Mandolin side sports a rosewood bridge and nickel tailpiece
- Uke bridge is stained pearwood
- Mandolin tuners are nickel 4-on-a-plate with white plastic buttons
- Ukulele has rosewood violin-style friction pegs
- Both sides of peghead stamped N. TURTURRO / N.Y.C. / MANUFACTURER / PAT. PEND.
- With handmade wooden hardshell case
- VGC+ but needs work (file & dress frets, fill & recut nut slots, new strings, setup, plus refit mandolin bridge, etc. - sold AS-IS)
- Price reduced 02/01/19