1946 Vega D100F Mandolin – £699

Apr 27, 2020 | Alternative

1946 Vega D100F Mandolin – £699

Vega were at the forefront of mandolin builders in the 1920’s and 1930’s, and amongst the earliest builders to experiment with electrification, employing some cutting edge features. This example features Vega’s trademark two-point shape, a great looking single coil pickup, and Bakelite tone and volume knobs, all of which add up to a very cool, classy looking instrument. Unplugged it sounds bright and resonant, and surprisingly loud despite the weight of the pickup and electronics. Plugged in the tone is full and ringing, and really cuts through. The instrument is in excellent condition, with an easy playing neck, and comes in a non original hard case. 

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