|Comments||The National ResoLectric Revolver is a really interesting instrument, and lets you take the resophonic concept into any volume context. It looks great, it’s comfortable to play, and it sounds wonderful. The combination of P-90 and piezo makes it tonally very verstatile.|
|Serial Number||Varies as new; this is 17424 built in 2011.|
|Pricing||$3589 Canadian dollars with harshell case, or $2826 US dollars, based on 1.27% exchange rate.
NOTE: Exchange rates change daily.
|Neck||African Mahogany neck with unbound ebony fingerboard and pearloid head plate.
25 21/32″ (651.7 mm) scale length. 1.73″ (43.94 mm) nut width. Full-sized C profile.
|Frets||22 medium frets, and all of them are accessible.|
|Body||African mahogany neck with pearloid binding.|
|Finish||Translucent black nitrocellulose lacquer finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Two pickups: active Highlander peizo system in the biscuit, Jason Lollar P-90 pickup at the neck; pickup selector switch, individual volumes and master tone with black chicken-head knobs! 9.5″ (241.3 mm) hand-spun aluminum cone with maple biscuit. Chrome Grover Deluxe tuners, tailpiece and cover plate. Pearlescent plastic pickguard.|
|Playability/Action||This guitar plays very well with the factory setup, and because it’s a bolt-on neck, it can be easily adjusted to any requirements.|
|Case||National hardshell case included.|
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