Our handcrafted mandolins pay tribute to traditional build methods and body styles while delivering a balanced and refined tone.
Simplicity of design without sacrificing quality and tone. A-style or teardrop mandolins offer the benefit of a fine mandolin without the extra cost of the F-style. Its tonal brightness makes it a popular choice in the classical, folk, and Celtic genres.
A bluegrass icon, and for good reason. F-style or Florentine mandolins are the epitome of fine craftsmanship and beauty. The ornate carved scroll adds mass to the instrument that helps create balance for a standing player.
Known for having more treble attack and percussive "chop" than oval hole instruments, F-hole mandolins are the first choice in ensemble settings where volume competition can be an issue.
Oval-hole mandolins possess throaty and vocal tonal characteristics that are wonderfully compatible with mandolin orchestras, and Celtic/folk music. These mandolins also produce a perceived ambient reverb, due to the oval-hole opening lying directly below the courses of strings.
The mandolin family covers all the bases with a vast tonal spectrum that works in any arrangement or setting.
Tuned a fifth down from the mandolin, the mandola sits comfortably in the alto range.
Tuned a full octave down from a standard mandolin, the octave mandolin adds depth and richness to any arrangement.
Filling the baritone spot in the mandolin family, the mandocello is tuned in fifths like a mandolin, and adds great texture and color to any arrangement.