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  • noun Plural form of mandola.

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Examples

  • He has a couple acoustic ones on the 'bay right now that look a whole lot like those "mandolas" from Cassandra Elk. "So what's dealey-o here?

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  • He has a couple acoustic ones on the 'bay right now that look a whole lot like those "mandolas" from Cassandra Elk. "So what's dealey-o here?

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • He has a couple acoustic ones on the 'bay right now that look a whole lot like those "mandolas" from Cassandra Elk. "So what's dealey-o here?

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • After seven years at Gibson wearing many hats, Lloyd Loar's interest in acoustic guitars, mandolins, and mandolas was dwindling.

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  • We separate our instruments into F, A, and flat categories, and within the flat category we further separate mandolins, mandolas, octave mandolins and mandocellos.

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  • I think that H-1 and H-2 mandolas from the "pre-Loar" era had the little fingerboard extention on the treble side.

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  • Plus three mandolas, two mandocellos, two octave mandolins (if you count the Octofone), two resonator mandolins (Dobro and National), and a few oddities on the side.

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  • I think that H-1 and H-2 mandolas from the "pre-Loar" era had the little fingerboard extention on the treble side. journeybear

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  • Plus three mandolas, two mandocellos, two octave mandolins (if you count the Octofone), two resonator mandolins (Dobro and National), and a few oddities on the side.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • We separate our instruments into F, A, and flat categories, and within the flat category we further separate mandolins, mandolas, octave mandolins and mandocellos.

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