This style J rendition of Kimble's Two-Point mandolin veers slightly into the New York jazz guitar world, and takes a little inspiration from Monteleone. Its power, warmth and sustain will make any traditional bluegrass player forget about "needing an F5" the second they hear it. Slightly more overtone-rich than other traditional models we've seen from Will, it also lends itself well to solo arrangements. Handsomely appointed with a Monteleone-style sunburst finish, ebony pickguard and James tailpiece. Give a listen to our friend Ethan Setiawan demonstrating some its melodic and rhythmic potential!
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