A huge sound that comes in a small package, the Washburn M3SW Florentine mandolin with a cutaway is a passionate and powerful instrument begging for attention. This mandolin is crafted in China from a carved solid spruce top in a Sunburst color with a F-style book-matched solid maple body, all coated in stain/buffed gloss. The maple neck is smooth and colorful, and attached is a  rosewood fingerboard as well.

This mandolin has a striking and full tone - a small-bodied instrument that puts out a strong and bright projection may come as a surprise, but after trying it out, you won't want to put it down. Many bold and stylish aesthetics such as the f-holes on the top and the snowflake inlays on the fingerboard make this a perfect instrument for players at any level. Shop at Replay Guitar Exchange to make this beautiful mandolin yours today!

As always, feel free to contact our store for more details, or with any questions.

Weight: 2 lbs. 9 oz.
Neck material: maple
Scale length: 13.75"
Nut width: 1.10"
Fingerboard radius: flat
Fingerboard material: rosewood
Frets: 21
Country of origin: China
Hard shell case included
Replay Guitar Exchange

Replay Guitar Exchange

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Replay Guitar Exchange
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Tampa, Florida
2:37 PM
Monday - Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed

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Free shipping on all orders! We ship to the continental US only --no international shipping. We typically ship via UPS Ground, but some smaller packages (like strings) will go US Postal Service.

You may return your purchase for a full refund within 14 days provided it is returned in the same condition with the original packaging, accessories, and documentation. Otherwise, a re-stocking fee may be assessed. Buyer is responsible for return shipping unless we have made some type of error.