Michael Kelly Legacy Dragonfly Flame Mandolin

    The Legacy Dragonfly Flame from Michael Kelly puts boutique tone and playability within reach!
    Sorry! This item is no longer available.
    Out of Stock:
    Product Description

    The Legacy Dragonfly Flame from Michael Kelly puts boutique tone and playability within reach. The hand-carved, solid spruce top and AAAA flame maple back and sides are key, offering a full, resonant sound. The unique dragonfly vine inlay is carefully crafted with real pearl and abalone, all on a radiused fingerboard. A scooped fingerboard provides improved access, and top-of-the-line Grover tuners get you tuned up quickly and keep you in tune all night long.

    Product Specifications
    Michael Kelly Legacy Dragonfly Flame Mandolin Specifications
    • Body
      • Construction: Dovetail
      • Body: Flame Maple
      • Binding: 3 ply white -black
      • Top: Solid Spruce
    • Neck
      • Neck: Maple
      • Binding: Single-Ply White
      • Fingerboard: Radiused Rosewood
      • Fingerboard Radius: 12 inches
      • Number of Frets: 24
      • Inlays: Dragonfly Inlay
      • Headstock: F-Style Mandolin
    • Nut Type: Standard
    • Nut Material: Graphtech Tusq
    • Nut Width: 28.6mm
    • Tuning Keys: Grover
    • Bridge Type: Radiused Rosewood
    • Hardware Color: Gold
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  727-793-0079 Warranty:  2 Years
    Karen Maggiano
    Overall Rating brightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstar
    General brightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstar
    Great Mandolin!
    What is your overall opinion of this product?
    Try to find a quality mandolin with an ebony radiused fretboard, ebony bridge, great sound for under 1500.00. Impossible you say? Not so! This is a beautiful playing mandolin that holds it's own against instruments costing much more. It is a player up and down the neck, clear, ringing, f full tones. One could spend triple the cost and maybe get close To what this mando offers. Great buy!
    Currently there are no discussions available for this item.