A mandolin has 8 strings tuned in pairs.
It's mandolin not mandola. The mandolin has four pair of metal strings.
Originally, the mandolin had 6 strings. Later designs included 8 strings. Other designs have multiples of 4 strings, up to a maximum of 16 strings.
the mandolin has eight strings. it is pretty much a ukulele but with two small strings for every normal ukulele string. =D
Originally, the mandolin had 6 strings. Later designs included 8 strings (4 pairs) and the strings were plucked with a plucktrum. Other designs have multiples of 4 strings, up to a maximum of 16 strings.
A mandolin has 4 sets of 8 strings that are tuned the same as a violin, while a guitar has 6 strings. A classical guitar will have 12 strings.
My understanding is that the Mandolin is harder to play as it has more strings then the Ukulele.
No, it belongs with the strings.
While you probably could, it isn't going to sound right. The mandolin typically has wire strings, while the ukulele uses nylon.
Mandolins have strings.
Well if you want to know string instruments that have 4 strings 2 of them are the guitar (6 strings) and the mandolin (8 strings).