Gibson A-4 (1927)
A nice mandolin from the early 20th century, this Gibson A-4 features a spruce top with a bound oval soundhole and a red sunburst finish. It has a mahogany neck and cherry back and sides, all in a cherry finish. The bound ebony fretboard features dot inlays. Other appointments include a raised tortoise plastic pickguard and 4-on-a-plate open gear tuners. This instrument is in very good+ condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: 30 days Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Double bound A body
- Red sunburst finish on spruce top
- Bound oval soundhole
- Multi-ring rosette
- Cherry finish on maple back and sides
- Mahogany neck (with adjustable truss rod)
- Bound ebony fretboard
- Dot inlays
- 24 frets
- Logo on tailpiece
- Newer adjustable ebony bridge
- Tortoise plastic pickguard
- Headstock overlay features fleur-de-lis and logo inlays
- 4-on-a-plate tuners
- 1-7/32" nut
- 14" scale
- Nice new hardshell case
- SN: 85188