1980 Flatiron 2K Mandolin


In stock


Exc+ condition  •  SN: 8008415

This is a very early Flatiron 2-K mandolin made in Montana with figured Hawaiian Koa Back and Sides. Spruce top. Mahogany neck. Rosewood peghead overlay. Ebony fingerboard and bridge.
Round soundhole with no decorative rosette. Spruce top has simple single layer of black binding around the top edge. Nickel Clamshell tailpiece and Nickel tuners.

The Flatiron logo is branded into the back of headstock. The model designation, “2K”, means it is a level “2” instrument (a bit more appointments than a “1” grade), and the “K” means Hawaiian Koa wood back and sides.

Comes with it’s original chipboard case that fits it perfectly.
Great lively sound with good low action. More projection and volume than you expect from a flat body mandolin.