The Twelfth Fret ~ Since 1977 ~

National

National Resophonic NRP-B 14 Fret Wood Body Black Rust Finish

National Resophonic NRP-B 14 Fret Wood Body Black Rust Finish

The National Resophonic NRP-B 14 in wood body form has a warmer, sweeter tone than the metal body versions, but offers just as much volume and responsiveness. It’s also somewhat lighter at 5.5 pounds. The scale length is a comfortable 25 inches. The body is built of Maple laminate, with a slotted-headstock Mahogany neck and Ebony fingerboard.

New
Price: $2689 CAD
MORE

❌SOLD❌ National ResoRocket with Hotplate, Steel Finish, 2008

❌SOLD❌ National ResoRocket with Hotplate, Steel Finish, 2008

The National ResoRocket is a great sounding cutaway resophonic guitar, and with the addition of a Hotplate resonator cover, it’s ready to go on the loudest stages or through any effects rig. The ResoRocket has all the tone of a National, and the visual charm of the Tri-Cone, but it’s a single cone model featuring the cutaway, ‘Bendaway’ steel body and Tri-cone style vents. The 12-fret neck is comfortable and

Used
Price: $2900 CAD

This instrument has sold

MORE

❌SOLD❌ National Style 2-5 Tricone Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, Nickel, 1929

❌SOLD❌  National Style 2-5 Tricone Squareneck Resophonic Guitar, Nickel, 1929

The National Style 2.5 Tricone Squareneck, or ‘Style Two and a Half’ is very close to the Style 2, with just a rose engraving on coverplate’s hand rest making the difference. Introduced in 1927, the Style 2 was the top of the National line, with a  brass body with nickel plating. The wooden components, such as the headstock, are Mahogany, except for the Ebony fingerboard. National Resophonic guitars were a radical, major innovation in musical instrument design.

Vintage
Price: $6500 CAD

This instrument has sold

MORE

National Style O 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

National Style O 14 Fret Resophonic Guitar

The National Style O 14-fret model dates back to the early days of Resophonic guitars, as banjo players migrated to guitar and wanted access to more fret. The 14-fret to the body Style O was introduced in 1935 by the National Stringed Instrument Corporation. It came with either the Traditional Sieve pattern cover plate or the newly introduced Chicken Foot cover plate. in 1935 this guitar had a slotted headstock with a decal.

New
Price: $4289 CAD
MORE

National ResoRocket WB Wood Rocket Single Cone Bendaway Resophonic Guitar

National ResoRocket WB Wood Rocket Single Cone Bendaway Resophonic Guitar

The Mahogany-bodied National ResoRocket WB combines the lovely sonority of a wooden body in a Bendaway single-cone instrument to create a unique National guitar.

New
Price: $4049 CAD
MORE

❌Sold❌ National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic Guitar Nickel, 2004

❌Sold❌ National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic Guitar Nickel, 2004

This example of the National Style 1.5 Tricone Resophonic is dated 09-04 (September 2004) and is in overall good condition. The body is brass with nickel plating and a double-line engraving around the edge (the nickel plating presents a few challenges to capturing an image).   Nickel has a tendency to lightly tarnish over time; this is one of the reasons many shifted to Chrome as a longer lasting plating material. 

Used
Price: $3950 CAD

This instrument has sold

MORE