ELECTRIC MANDOLIN PICKUP - ELECTRIC MANDOLIN

Electric mandolin pickup - Saxophone bag - Keilwerth tenor saxophone sx.

Electric Mandolin Pickup


electric mandolin pickup
    electric mandolin
  • The electric mandolin is an instrument tuned and played as the mandolin and amplified in similar fashion to an electric guitar.
    pickup
  • anything with restorative powers; "she needed the pickup that coffee always gave her"
  • An act of collecting a person or goods, esp. in a vehicle
  • A small truck with an enclosed cab and open back
  • a light truck with an open body and low sides and a tailboard
  • a warrant to take someone into custody; "put out a pickup on that man"
  • The reception of signals, esp. interference or noise, by electrical apparatus
electric mandolin pickup - Epiphone Mandobird
Epiphone Mandobird Electric Mandolin, Vintage Sunburst with Gigbag
Epiphone Mandobird Electric Mandolin, Vintage Sunburst with Gigbag
An absolute Epiphone original, the Mandobird IV is the only legitimate evolution of the mandolin in a lifetime that actually started with a little cross-breeding. We took a four-string electric mandolin concept and took the shape and cool vibe of a Firebird guitar that yeilded a four-string solid-body mando that is as fun to play as it looks like it is. it has a solid Mahogany body and neck, individual, intonatable saddles on a top-mount Chrome bridge combined with the tuning stability of Mini-Grover tuners. Custom gigbag included.

84% (9)
Vega Electric Mandolin, Sn. 38 458, ca. 1936
Vega Electric Mandolin, Sn. 38 458, ca. 1936
This first-version Vega electric mandolin was available for a short period in early 1936. While looking more akin to a back-room project than a ready-for-the-public instrument, it is factory original. The bulky cast aluminum cover sunk into an acoustic mandolin body conceals the hum-canceling double-coil pickup design that Vega advertised as the “Dual Tone Unit.” Vega was the first to have a set of two coils front to back that spanned the width of the string field. By doing this, they were able to capture a larger area of the strings’ vibration pattern, and, with two coils, to produce a stronger signal.
National Electric Mandolin, Sn. 1932, 1936-37
National Electric Mandolin, Sn. 1932, 1936-37
This National-Dobro electric mandolin, with a body produced by Regal, was intentionally designed as an “electric only” instrument. A thick, well-braced top—void of F-holes—allows little, if any, acoustic voice to the mix. Many of the National-Dobro electric models used non-traditional acoustic style bodies to carry their pickups.

electric mandolin pickup
Comments