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    Vorson Electric Mandolin Active S-Style with Bag

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    The Vorson M-113E combines a classic double cutaway shape, extraordinary playability, and custom designed active electronics to produce a truly superior electric mandolin. Available in Gloss Black and Traditional Creme the M-113E also features Vorson’s HMPII Active Electronics and EQ System for complete control over your sound. You might buy the M-113E because it looks great but you are going to be absolutely blown away by the quality and the way it plays and sounds. The M-113E ships with a premium padded bag and cable.

    Vorson Electric S Style Active Mandolin Features

    • Double cutaway
    • Basswood body
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • SY-2 pickups

    Product Specifications
    Vorson Electric S Style Active Mandolin Specifications
    • Style: 8 string EL mandolin double cutaway
    • Body: Basswood
    • Frets: 24
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Pickup: Two SY-2
    • String: Standard
    • Tuning: GDAE
    • Color: Gloss Black
    • Control system: HMP II Active Vol-T/B
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    I have the single pick-up model and it rocks. Played it thru a Marshall stack at a jam and pissed off every guitar player in the house. The double pick-up system will be cool. I normally play thru a 50 watt Fender Chorus. That works great with the Vorson Mandolins. Great well built instrument.????????. I still use my 1918 The Gibson but sometimes the old girl wants to stay home.??
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