Ibanez M510 A Style Mandolin

    Order your Ibanez M510 A Style Mandolin and enjoy 0% Interest Payment Plans, Free Shipping, Free Extended Warranty and 45 Day Money Back Guarantee.
    Serial No.

    2 option(s) to choose from.

    AMS Buyers Benefits!
    MSRP: $224.99
    Add to Wish List
    Product Description

    Comfortable and easy to play, the Ibanez M510 A Style Mandolin is a beautiful instrument built with quality components and offers professional features and construction.

    The M510 features a mahogany neck, back and sides, a spruce top, rosewood bridge and fretboard and chrome hardware. The Dark Violin Sunburst model features a high gloss finish which adds a dramatic and unique look to this mandolin while the Vintage Sunburst model offers an open pore finish for a beautiful, subtle look. Bring to mind the Appalachians and bittersweet melodies of generations past with a driving solo from this amazing mandolin!

    Ibanez M510 Features

    • A Style Shape
    • Mahogany Neck, Back and Sides
    • Spruce Top
    • Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
    • Chrome Hardware

    Product Specifications
    Ibanez M510 Specifications
    • Body Shape: A-Style
    • Neck: Mahogany Neck
    • Neck Dimensions:
      • Scale/Length: 350 mm
      • Width at Nut: 30 mm
      • Width at Joint: 40 mm
      • Thickness 1st Fret: 22 mm
      • Thickness 7th Fret: 24.5 mm
      • Radius: Flat
    • Back and Sides: Mahogany Back and Sides
    • Top: Spruce Top
    • Tuners: Chrome Hardware
    • Fretboard: Rosewood Bridge and Fretboard
    • Strings: Standard Mandolin Strings
    • Finish:
      • Dark Violin Sunburst with High Gloss Finish
      • Vintage Sunburst with Open Pore Finish

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  215-638-8670 Warranty:  Electric Guitars & Basses: 1 Year.
    Acoustic Guitars: Limited Lifetime (1 year on electronics & tuners).
    Amplifiers: 5 Years (1 year on speakers)
    Pedals: 5 Years
    Overall Rating brightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstar
    General brightstarbrightstarbrightstardullstardullstar
    "Not as great as I hoped"
    What is your overall opinion of this product?
    I find this particular mandolin a bit difficult to play. Not in terms of tuning, as an inexpensive Fender clip on chromatic tuner will zero in on the 2 E's; A's; D's and G's just fine. The sound is very nice. BUT LIKE A CHEAP GUITAR IT IS EXTREMELY HARD ON THE FINGERS. I own a Fender Telecaster. Until I bought that, the Fender Bullet, and even the $600 or so (ca. 1981) Fender Lead II I found hard on the fingers. This mandolin is in that class as far as I'm concerned of instruments I wish I'd given more consideration to playability before committing to it. The frets are close together, I'm just not that crazy about it as I mentioned MOSTLY and pretty much only because the strings really cut into your fingers. My fingers are not that tender and they do just fine with my Telecaster, but this I might trade in. It was my mistake for not looking at and test driving others first before making the purchase. You might want to do the same.
    Currently there are no discussions available for this item.