Fender Robert Schmidt Acoustic Electric Mandolin

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    Product Description

    Robert Schmidt, mandolin player extraordinaire, of the Irish-American Celtic punk band Flogging Molly has exclusively designed the Fender Robert Schmidt Acoustic Electric Mandolin. Based on the FM62 E Fender Mandolin from years past, Robert designed this beauty to sound great and to take a beating. Make no mistake, the Robert Schmidt mandolin from Fender is a beauty to look at with its dark walnut stain spruce top and carved maple back and sides, bronze cast chrome tailpiece, chrome dome style volume knob, ebony bridge, and rosewood fingerboard.

    Product Specifications
    Fender Robert Schmidt Acoustic Electric Mandolin Specifications
    • Body Shape: Mandolin
    • Body Back: Carved Solid Maple Back
    • Body Sides: Carved Maple Sides
    • Body Top: Laminated Spruce Top
    • Body Finish: Gloss
    • Bracing: Quartersawn Spruce Tone Bars
    • F-Holes/Soundholes: ‘F’ Hole
    • Neck Shape: ‘U’ Shape
    • Number of Frets: 20
    • Position Inlays: Mother-of-Pearl Acrylic Dots
    • Headstock Binding: Ivoroid
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Neck Material: Mahogany
    • Neck Finish: Gloss
    • Nut Width: 1.12 inch (28.5 mm)
    • Scale Length: 13.7 inches (34.8 cm)
    • Headstock: Fender Traditonal ‘F’ style headstock
    • Electronics: Special Design Piezo
    • Controls: Volume
    • Hardware: Chrome
    • Bridge: Compensated Ebony
    • String Nut: Synthetic Bone
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  (800) 856-9801 Warranty:  Custom Shop: Limited 2 Years; Stringed Instruments: Limited 2 Years; Electronic Products: Limited 2 Years; Fortis: 5 Year Limited, Transferable; Accessories: 1 Year Limited; IEM: Limited 1 Year; Vacuum Tubes: 90 Days
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