The Twelfth Fret carries a very large and constantly changing variety of new, vintage and used Resophonic instruments, ranging from the earliest 1920′s models to recent and slightly used models. We set up instruments to the player’s requirements and we ship worldwide.
The National Dueco single cone resophonic guitar is based on pre-WWII National guitars with a special 'frozen' finish.
This 2011 Beard Model R Mahogany is in excellent condition. The current new, discounted price for this model is $4390 so this is
The National Style 1 tricone guitar was introduced in 1927, and was an early attempt in getting enough volume to compete with groups of banjos.
Paul Beard builds many of the finest squareneck resonator guitars, like the Beard R Model, at his shop in Hagerstown, Maryland.
This is very cool - an all original 1950s Magnatone Lap Steel in grey/blue perloid finish! During the 1930s and into the late
The Terraplane Resonator guitar was originally built for slide great Arlen Roth. His direction was to "Build me a guitar with a coverplate which
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