Museum: Resonator & Steel Guitars

No serial #. An early wood body triolian with Hula Girl stenciling, and yellow finish with red and blue highlights. They donít com...
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Serial # 352 R. In the days before electric amplification, Nationalís resonator guitars punched out as much volume as a guitarist...
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Serial # A5494. Easily the finest 14 fret National to ever grace these pages, this 1937 model is a gem among gems. A rare and exce...
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Serial # 383G. Built in fairly limited numbers in the late 1930ís and early Ď40ís, the Collegian was Nationalís least expensive mo...
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Serial #1323P. A completely original steel polychrome in quite lovely condition. Very little paint flake, mostly unworn original f...
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Serial # X16385. Grey pearloid, killer looks, and a strong pickup make this steel a winner in the bang-for-the-buck category. Comp...
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No Serial number. A California built Dobro Cyclops with great looks and excellent tone, at an attractive price. Completely refinis...
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Steel serial # 6260, Amp serial # C12446, amp and speaker production code JA (January, 1960), capacitors, tubes, and pot all dated...
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Found locally, this Fender Champ steel and amplifier set is 100% original, complete, and in perfect working order. The amp sounds...
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The H-4 features a grey pearloid covered body, stenciled logo and frets, Bakelite control knobs, and Ė most notably Ė a Gibson-mad...
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Serial # S1917. An early brass bodied Style 0, in remarkable original condition. Likely built in late 1930, this guitarís body fea...
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Clevelandís Oahu Publishing company was the largest print music distributor in its day, and specialized in Hawaiian steel music an...
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