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National ResoLectric Revolver


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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 versatile.  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. 

The Resolectric has gone through a few changes in its 19 years of production.  The current model uses an audiophile-quality Highlander preamp to mix both the magnetic and piezoelectric pickups.  A Jason Lollar P-90 pickup sits in the neck position, and a Highlander piezo transducer is fitted under the saddle.  The output of each pickup is controlled by independent volume knobs, with a master volume knob to control the instrument’s overall output level.  A 3-way toggle switch selects which pickups are active.  The solid mahogany body is capped with a figured maple top bound in ivoroid.  The figured maple neck clears 14 frets to the body, highlighted with a diamond inlaid, rosewood fretboard.

  • 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.
  • African mahogany neck with pearloid binding.
  • 22 medium frets, and all of them are accessible


Price: $3289 CAD
  • Model: ResoLectric Revolver
  • Year: 2011
  • Finish Translucent black nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Class: New
  • Serial Number: 17424
  • Condition: Brand New

  • Not Consignment

  • Including Hard case

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