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Our Creek series A5 Mandolin is inspired by the Gibson Loar-era mandolins of the mid-1920s and incorporate innovative engineering advances like a Tension Compensated Fret Scale to eliminate any sharpness of fretted notes higher up the neck regardless of action height.

This Mandolin has exceptional volume and balanced tone both across the strings and up the neck. It mic's well and has been used on numerous recordings of all different music genres including bluegrass, swing & classical.


  • Select, solid Engelmann Spruce top
  • Premium figured curly Maple piece back, sides, and neck
  • Adjustable truss rod reinforced neck
  • Tuned tone bar bracing
  • Tension compensated fret scale, 13.861
  • Ebony compound radius fingerboard with mother-of-pearl dot inlays
  • Ebony headstock veneer with mother of pearl inlays: “Lewandowski” & “Fleur de Lis”
  • Celluloid binding on body, neck, and peg head - ivoroid\black\white\black
  • Nickel plated, James tailpiece engraved “Lewandowski”
  • Rubner RMp Precision mandolin tuners, nickel plated w/ivoroid knobs
  • Adjustable Ebony bridge
  • Bone nut, 1 1/8”
  • Spirit varnish, French polish finish top\back\sides\neck
  • K&K Mandolin Twin pickup installed
  • Built in 2016

Hardcase included


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