The BM650 is a classic, F-Hole scroll top mandolin named after a recently uncovered 'Salvino' model from the turn of the 20th century.
F-Hole style mandolins are historically favoured for bluegrass music, as they are considered to have more 'cut-through' in a ensemble situation, allowing themselves to be heard more easily above other acoustic instruments.
Top: Solid Mahogany
Back and Sides: Solid Maple
Inlays: MOP dots
Bridge: Rosewood adjustable
Machineheads: Open gear
Scale length: 350mm
Nut Width: 28mm
Fretboard radius: 0
Shape of the neck(V,D or C): D shape
Depth of the neck at the nut: 28mm
Depth of the neck at the 12th fret: 56mm