Bedford Banjo Shop
Mandolins
NEW Mandolins
NEW Savannah SA-115E A-Style Electric/Acoustic   Redburst.  Maple neck.
Bound rosewood fretboard.  Adjustable bridge. Single-coil neck pickup.
 $119  SOLD
NEW  Kentucky KM-150 A-style mandolin. Solid spruce top and solid maple back and
sides. Sunburst finish.
$259 SOLD
USED Mandolins
NEW Savannah SF-200 F-Style mandolin. Solid spruce top and solid maple back and
sides. Bound rosewood fretboard and body  Sunburst finish.
$299 SOLD                             
        
USED 1925 Gibson A Jr. Mandolin (s. 81896) Loar-era snakehead. All solid: spruce
top and birch back and sides. Brown finish, original tuners, tailpiece and pickguard. Frets show
very little wear. Great setup with low action. Excellent tone and volume. Includes hardshell case.
PHOTOS:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  $1495  SOLD
USED 1948 C.F. Martin 2-15 A-style archtop mandolin Spruce top. Flamed
maple back & sides with ivoroid body binding, mahogany neck, tortoise celluloid pickguard. New
strings, all original, very nice condition. Includes original hardshell case.
SOLD  PHOTO 1  
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USED 1970s (?) Suzuki Model 60A bowl back mandolin 13.25" scale, 24 fret
extended fingerboard, 24 maple ribs, spruce top, maple neck, rosewood skirt and peghead overlay,
bone nut and saddle, open geared tuners, fancy abalone inlays on pickguard and fancy
multi-colored purfling on top.  Exquisite tone and set up very well. Includes hardshell case.
 
PHOTO 1  PHOTO 2  $325  SOLD
NEW The Loar LM-520VS F-style mandolin Solid hand-carved, fully graduated
spruce top, solid hand-carved, fully graduated maple back, solid maple sides. Maple neck with
rounded "V" profile, bone nut, vintage sunburst gloss finish.
PHOTO 1  PHOTO 2  $549
NEW The Loar LM-220VS A-style mandolin Solid hand-carved, fully graduated
spruce top, solid hand-carved, fully graduated maple back, solid maple sides. Maple neck with
rounded "V" profile, bone nut, vintage sunburst gloss finish.
PHOTO 1  PHOTO 2  $399
USED 1920s Stella mandolin Flat back, teardrop-shaped. Approx. 13.5" scale. Solid
spruce top and solid mahogany (?) back and sides. All original except for new saddle and endpin.
Strong, sweet tone.
 PHOTO 1  PHOTO 2  PHOTO 3  $249 SOLD
USED c. 1920 Gibson MB-4 openback mandolin banjo Early model with a
dowel stick and coordinator rod and Gibson's first style bracket nuts. Vintage calfskin head, nice
low action and lots of volume. Excellent condition and set up. Includes original hardshell case.

PHOTO 1
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USED c. 1915 Weymann Style 40 mandolute Scarce model and this one is a fine
example. 14.5" scale, 26" overall length. Fancy, large-bodied mandolin. Spruce top, flamed
maple back and sides, ivoroid body and neck binding, silverplated, engraved tuner covers,
engraved tailpiece cover. 3-piece burled maple neck. Low, easy action, super sweet tone.
Includes newer heavily-padded gig bag.
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PHOTO 5  PHOTO 6  $695
USED c. 1920 Unmarked electric mandolin-banjo Apparently converted from a
standard acoustic mandolin-banjo long ago. Calfskin head was replaced with one of highy figured
maple and a 1950s-'60s era DeArmond pickup and volume conrol. Set up nicely with low action.   
 
PHOTO 1  $175
USED 1970s Daniels electric mandolin Solid body in a modifies F-style shape. 1970s
Barcus-Berry humbucker. Body is approx. 2" deep and is composed of  mahogany and maple.
Neck is mahogany. White pearloid pickguard, volume and tone controls. Four adjustable saddles
to adjust each course of strings separately. Currently set up with the G and D strings in octaves, as
on a 12-string guitar. Nice playing condition.
PHOTO 1 $249