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National Resophonic NRP B Deluxe Rust

National Resophonic NRP B Deluxe Rust

Based on the very successful NRP, the National Resophonic NRP B Deluxe Rust features a new Rust finish, and a brand-new pickup from Jason Lollar. This pickup is based on the late 1930’s Gibson Charlie Christian pickup, but in a smaller and more standardized mount.

Price: $3589.00 CAD
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National Resophonic Style 1 Cutaway

National Resophonic Style 1 Cutaway

National Resophonic guitars have a really great sound, and it’s always a treat to play one. The National Resophonic Style 1 Cutaway adds good access to the upper frets, and with the 12-fret neck makes this a really nice guitar.

Price: $4989 CAD
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Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar

Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar

Here is something new, rare and wonderful – a brand-new Scheerhorn L-Body Flame Maple Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, built under license by National Resophonic Guitars.

Price: $4089.00 CAD
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National Resophonic Triolian

National Resophonic Triolian

The National Resophonic company presents the Triolian, featuring a steel body with walnut burst finish and a single cone. The National Resophonic Triolian is available in original style 12 fret or 14 fret necks, these guitars produce a full, rich and lush vintage tone.

Price: $3149 CAD
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National Style 1 Tricone Squareneck 1929 SOLD

National Style 1 Tricone Squareneck 1929 SOLD

Here’s an excellent-condition National Style 1 Tricone Squareneck from 1929. This is an early example of a production resophonic guitar – the first production took place in 1927. The resophonic instrument was invented in 1925 by John Dopyera at the request of George Beauchamp. Beauchamp was a promoter who found that as venues and audiences grew, so did volume levels and as amplification hadn’t been invented, many instruments were just not loud enough. The reso-phonic design is much louder.

This instrument has sold

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National Smith and Young Squarenecks

National Smith and Young Squarenecks

The Smith and Young line is named after Eric Smith and Don Young,  the owners of National ResoPhonic Guitars.  This line of instruments is intended to reproduce historically correct pre-war era instruments, in the style of the highly desirable late 1930s Dobro guitars with Spider bridges. 

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