mobile ad
mobile ad

Eastwood Guitars debuts the new Mandocaster 12

January 10, 2014
share
Eastwood Guitars introduces a new member to the highly successful Eastwood Mandocaster family, the Eastwood Mandocaster 12. This 12-string octave guitar is tuned the same as any standard guitar, E-E, but an octave higher. It is like putting a capo on the 12th fret of your 12-string guitar, but with a longer, more manageable scale length. A perfect addition to your studio!
The new Eastwood Mandocaster 12 features a lightweight solid Alder body in a beautiful Antique Sunburst finish with a striking white pickguard. This 15½" scale guitar has a bolt-on super smooth maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard with dot markers and measures 1 7/8" at the nut. A pair of custom designed Single Coil pickups are controlled by a 3-way switch with one volume and one tone control. The fully adjustable 12 Saddle bridge allows for full intonation.

“Since the introduction of the 8 string Eastwood Mandocaster in 2005," said Mike Robinson, President and founder of Eastwood Guitars, "it’s been one of the top selling electric mandolins in the world, and our fans have been begging us for a 12-string version… we’re happy to say that it’s finally here!”
Alert to All Users of the Disqus commenting system:
Because of a recent global security issue, the Disqus website recommends that all users change their Disqus passwords. Here's a URL about the issue: http://engineering.disqus.com/2014/04/10/heartbleed.html

COMMENTS

comments powered by Disqus

Reader Poll

What's the gauge of your 1st string?







See results without voting »