How Many Strings Does a Mandolin Have?


Mandolin has four pairs of strings. At the top is the thickest pair, tuned to the note G above middle C. The other pairs are tuned to D above and A above while the thinnest pair tuned to the E above. The pairs are all tuned in unison.
1 Additional Answer Answer for: how many strings does a mandolin have
A Mandolin has 8 strings.
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