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2006 Stonebridge M23-SF F Style Mandolin No Longer Available

Comments Here is a 2006 Stonebridge M23-SF F style mandolin.

Stonebridge mandolins are built in Prauge, Czech Republic, by Frantisec Furch. Formerly a banjo player in Czech country and bluegrass bands, Furch has been building since 1981. The Furch company was first registered in 1990, when the then-Communist government relaxed restrictions on private enterprise. They grew rapidly in the freer climate.

This is an F-style mandolin featuring clean, solid wood construction. It’s in excellent shape, plays very well and is crisp and resonant.

Serial Number 25 322, dated June 13, 2006. Built by Frantisec Furch in Prauge, Czech Republic.
Pricing $1500 CAD with case.
Neck Maple neck with bound ebony fingerboard. 30mm nut width.
Frets Narrow fretwire with mininal wear.
Body F-style body with solid spruce top, flame maple back and sides. Top and back are bound.
Finish Gloss sunburst finish in excellent condition.
Hardware/electronics Gold plated Dixon open strip tuners with pearloid buttons, gold plated tailpiece, ebony adjustable bridge, bone nut.
Playability/Action Plays very well, and is quite resonant and full sounding.
Case Original hardshell case included.

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