Mandobird IV is one of the most unusual matches out there, for it is a cross-breed between a solid bodied Firebird/Thunderbird concept and mandolin. The end result includes a solid "bird" body in mandolin size and with four strings. Body is made of three pieces of mahogany and the central piece is raised. There is no binding around the top, though the classic Firebird pickguard is still there. Bridge section is equipped with a hardtail bridge with string-through-body construction. It is plated in chrome, as is the rest of the hardware. There is only one pickup in the neck position and it is a single coil. Master volume and tone knobs control it. Bolted neck is made of mahogany and it is topped with a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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