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2007 National Style 0-14 Dueco Resophonic Guitar (consignment) SOLD

2007 National Style 0-14 Dueco Resophonic Guitar (consignment) SOLD

Between 1931 and 1937, National produced guitars with the ‘Duco’ frosted effect. This process involves dissolving a crystalline substance in lacquer, which re-crystallizes when the lacquer cures.

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2005 National Estralita Deluxe Koa Resophonic Guitar SOLD

2005 National Estralita Deluxe Koa Resophonic Guitar  SOLD

National Resophonic’s Estralita Deluxe is the most decorated of their wood-body range. Normally built with walnut, it’s also available as a special order with highly-figured Koa mahogany veneer.

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National Reso-Phonic Wocket Wooden Rocket

National Reso-Phonic Wocket Wooden Rocket

Just in – a National Reso-Phonic Wocket Wooden Rocket! This mahogany laminate version has all the features of the very popular National Reso-Rocket, but with the extra warmth and growl wood provides.

The ‘Wocket’ designation is limited to a very, very few instruments. Steve James refers to his orginal prototype as the ‘Wocket’, and the first few production models are marked as ‘Wocket’ on the label, but subsequent models won’t carry that name on the label.

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1964 National Bluegrass 35 Res-O-Glas Resophonic (consignment) SOLD

1964 National Bluegrass 35 Res-O-Glas Resophonic (consignment) SOLD

Here is a rare 1964 National Bluegrass 35 Res-O-Glas resonator guitar!

Built between 1964 and 1967, the National Bluegrass 35 shares many features with the Supro Resophonic FolkStar.

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Beard-GoldTone PBS-M Mahogany Squareneck Resonator SOLD

Beard-GoldTone PBS-M Mahogany Squareneck Resonator  SOLD

Here’s a lightly used Paul Beard – GoldTone PBS-M squareneck resonator. This instrument is in very good condition with only a few very small marks. If you’re looking for a good quality squareneck, this could be it!

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Dobro 60D Roundneck, 1971 SOLD

Dobro 60D Roundneck, 1971 SOLD

Here is a cool Dobro 60D Roundneck from 1971. This instrument is not in pristine condition, but could be restored; we’ve decided to leave that for the next owner.

It’s currently set up to work lap-style – with a steel rather than a slide – and in that configuration, it’s quite playable and sounds good!

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