Rogue Mandolin And Ukulele Travel Pack Sunburst

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This mandolin and ukulele travel pack includes a RM-100A A-style mandolin, a mandolin gig bag, a soprano ukulele starter pack (including a ukulele, gig bag, pitch pipe, chord guide, and tuning instructions), and a Mandolin Chord Finder book.RM-100A A-Style MandolinSporting a gorgeous finish, the Rogue RM-100A is a well-built, traditional A-model mandolin. It features clean workmanship throughout a More
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