The Epiphone MM-50E Professional Mandolin combines the innovation and classic design that players have come to expect from Epiphone. The MM-50E is the first mandolin that allows you to adjust the output level of each individual string pair, solving the inherent problem of unbalanced string pair volume when plugged in. These features, combined with the classic Lloyd Loar era F-Style body shape and neck, make the MM-50E a one-of-a kind instrument.
Delivers a boomy, deep range that speaks with a clear, distinct voice in any playing situation. This carved, solid-top mandolin features a wider nut width and a radiused fretboard – inspired by the Breedlove Custom Shop – for exceptional comfort and playability at an affordable price. Breedlove has pioneered contemporary US-made mandolins for nearly 20 years and just recently created this import version in response to popular demand. It is built to our exact specifications and standards to deliver a mandolin that achieves exceptional tone and playability at an affordable price. The Breedlove Crossover Mandolin was designed to give you access to new tones and textures, without the risk of investing in an unfamiliar, expensive instrument. Expand your musical territory today. Maple back and sides.
The LM-590-MS is designed for players who want the rich sound of a solid hand-carved instrument in a resonant thin satin finish with ultra-clean aesthetics.
The LM-590's top is hand-carved from solid spruce, and the back and sides are hand-carved from solid maple. The flat fretboard extension provides maximum picking clearance so players can feel comfortable going all the way up the classic v-neck.
Despite its stripped down vibe, the LM-590-MS keeps the essentials of a great sounding mandolin, and the solid hand carved woods really open up under the thin satin finish. The Classic F-Style LM-590 delivers all the craftsmanship and tone players have come to expect from The Loar.
The LM-290's top is hand-carved from solid spruce, and the back and sides are hand-carved from solid maple. The flat fretboard extension provides maximum picking clearance so players can feel comfortable going all the way up the classic v-neck. We've added some other impressive features, including Grover reverse-gear tuning machines and a satin tobacco sunburst finish.
Despite its stripped down vibe, the LM-290 retains the essentials of a great sounding mandolin, and the solid hand carved woods really open up under the thin satin finish.
Authentic mandolin "chop" is recognizable from the first strum, and can only be found in an instrument with a true, hand-carved Spruce top. We've hand-carved the tops of the LM-310F to provide that real 1920s sound, but with enough vibration to still cut through in today's ensemble playing..
The thin “V” profile of the maple neck fits comfortably in the player's hand and our removal of the fretboard extension beyond the 20th fret allows for easy strumming without getting hung up on the extended upper frets. Combine the graceful curves of an authentic F-style body, Grover tuners, and D'Addario strings, and you've got an instrument that not only sounds great out of the box but will be handed down to the next generation when the time comes. .
The A-style mandolin was a revolutionary instrument in its time with a radical new design that broke from traditional bowl-back instruments like Epi Stathopoulo’s father had made in Greece. Epi never stopped believing in innovation when it came to making great acoustic instruments. Today, A-style mandolins are still appreciated for their balanced tone and their ability cut through as a rhythm or solo instrument. The MM-30S deluxe style mandolin is made with that same spirit, offering mandolinists a century of heritage with the added touch of gold hardware.