Ranger Travel Mandolin

(2 customer reviews)

$395.00$555.00

Now with Customization Choices!!

This tough little mandolin will go anywhere with you weighing less than two pounds in the case.

Sporting a smaller profile than a standard mandolin, but having a standard scale/neck size, it plays like a full size mando. 

The Ranger has a two-point flare giving it a larger sound chamber than its popular predecessor, ‘The Sweet Pea’, increasing the volume.

Added to this is the quality of design, attention to detail, and great customer service you’ve come to expect in instruments from Bruce and Mary Weber.

*While we show some in stock we usually build these to order, especially the customs, and they take about 2 weeks to ship.

*FREE SHIPPING:  We will ship Rangers USPS Mail, to US addresses, at no charge to you.

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Description

Standard Specifications:

Sitka Spruce top
Maple body/neck/peghead
Standard 1 1/8” bone nut
Ebony Ranger Star Inlay
14” Scale length
Maple Fingerboard
Ebony Bridge
Custom Shell Tailpiece
Natural Color and satin oil finish
Padded Gig Bag and Leather Cord Strap included
Size: 23 inches long, 7 3/4 inches wide, 1 1/4 inches deep (without bridge)
Instrument itself weighs about 1.6 lbs, or .72 KG.  The gig bag weighs about 1 lb.

We can do more customizations, just Contact Us to talk about them!

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 24.0 × 12.0 × 6.0 in
Neck Width

Standard Neck Width, Wide Nut

Fingerboard

Standard Flat, Radiused

Fingerboard Woods

Standard Maple, Ebony with MOP Dots

Peghead Veneer

Standard Maple with Ebony Star, Ebony with MOP Star

Color

Standard Natural, Custom Color-Contact Us

Woods

Standard Maple, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut

PickUp

Standard No Pickup, Internal Twin Pickup with Endpin Jack

2 reviews for Ranger Travel Mandolin

  1. sstrock58

    I have owned and played a Sweet Pea made in September 21, 2001 for several years before moving up to a 2014 Bitterroot A made in Bend. I have played the new Ranger and found it to be a great quality solid wood instrument worthy of being used in many settings. Steve Strock

  2. nickypolo

    I love my Ranger! I upgraded to the walnut with radiused ebony fretboard. From the start I was blown away with how great it looked and sounded! You can’t beat its size and portability as well! Overall, a solid instrument and must buy for any mandolinist who wants a mandolin that can go just about anywhere!!!

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