Kilin Reece's new Octolindo S Models have been some of our favorite recent additions to the Denver Folklore Center. With a round sound hole and a guitar-style body, they're not much like any other octave mandolin you'll find currently in production, instead calling to mind some of Kilin's best-known instruments of years past. This S Model Artist pairs an Engelmann spruce top with an Indonesian red rosewood back and sides for a full-bodied and rich sound with lots of low end, but without losing your high trebles and rich overtones. The playability and set-up are excellent, with a slim neck feel that makes this often challenging instrument a breeze to play. Come down and hear what all the fuss is about. Included in the price is a hard-shell case.