Kentucky KM-140 Mandolin
The KM-140 mandolin from Kentucky is made with all solid timbers. Its back and sides are constructed from mahogany instead of maple. This minor adaptation lowers the cost of the mandolin considerably. It also gives it a more mellow and warm tone. And of course, this contributes in making the instrument a great mandolin for the budget-conscious player.
The Kentucky KM-140 is just a step down in specs from the excellent KM-250. Click on the link to find out more.
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- Top: Solid German spruce
- Back and sides: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Tonewood
- Neck: One piece mahogany
- Body style: A-model
- Inlay: Mother of pearl dots, and logo
- Finish: Sunburst in gloss