Whether you want to play something traditional or you want to add some mystique and gravitas to more contemporary pieces, we have mandolins for sale to cover all your needs.

We stock premium Rickenbacker mandolins for the more experienced player, reliable and robust Tanglewood mandolins, perfect for recording and live performances and budget-friendly Stagg mandolins, ideal for the beginner on a budget!


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Mandolin FAQs

  • Is the mandolin difficult to learn and play?

    For a complete beginner the mandolin may seem difficult to play, but by sticking to a dedicated practice schedule you should see progress over time. People who have experience playing other stringed-instruments will probably find it easier to pick up.
  • How long does it take to learn the mandolin?

    Learning to play the mandolin is possible within around 3-6 months if a dedicated practicing schedule is followed. For people who already have experience of playing other instruments such as guitar this time may be reduced.
  • How much should I pay for a good mandolin?

    A good-quality mandolin can be purchased for under £200. Some high-end mandolins sell for thousands of pounds, but these are designed specifically for professional musicians who need optimum performance from their instrument.
  • Do you strum or pick a mandolin?

    The mandolin can be played by either strumming or picking, and it is suitable for playing both melodies and chords.
  • What is a good mandolin for beginners?

    Some good beginner mandolins are manufactured by Tanglewood, Epiphone, and Washburn.