|Serial Number||2011 2, built 1998|
|Pricing||$1195.00 CAD with case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard. Dot markers and zero fret. Trussrod adjuster at body end. 15.5″ scale, 1 7/8″ nut.|
|Frets||Zero fret style neck, 19 frets total, little wear.|
|Body||Poplar or basswood body with string-through construction.|
|Finish||Gloss sparkle purple finish on body, natural satin on neck, headplate is black with Hammertone script logo in gold.|
|Hardware/electronics||Chrome Gotoh 12-string bridge, Gotoh tuners., two tele-neck type pickups, 3-way selector switch, master volume and master tone on single-layer white pickguard.|
|Playability/Action||Plays great. It’s just like a 12-string but very easy to play. Being bolt-on construction, can be set up to any action height.|
|Case||Gig bag included.|
|Comments||Hammertone instruments are built in George Furlanetto’s workshop in Hamilton, Ontario. The Mandotar was discontinued some years ago but really work well for a variety of purposes. Lots of very full chimey sounds, much like a mandolin but with all the options of a 12-string guitar. The strings load half from the back of the guitar, and half from the back of the bridge.|
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