Museum: Resonator & Steel Guitars

No serial number, pots dated 1959. A completely original four-pedal Fender steel guitar, in blond finish. Introduced in '58, the 4...
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With its rocket-ship inspired looks, chrome adjustable legs, and original case, this 100% original National Dynamic is a particula...
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Serial # M4565. The mid 1970's OMI Dobro D33 offered players an interesting twist on the traditional spider-bridge Dobro with its...
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Serial # 12429. Here's a custom-ordered 12 string Style 0 Deluxe, complete with matching engraved pickguard! The guitar was buil...
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Serial # 7076, Another very lovely Fender Champ Steel, and the fourth we've offered for sale in the last two months. Locally found...
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From our 1964 Supro Catalog: "Smart six string Hawaiian with locked-power unit. Remarkable tone and output. Hardwood body has glo...
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FON EGE-5582. A great looking, great sounding late 30's Gibson steel. Completely original, down to the mis-matched tuner buttons...
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No serial number. Hermann Weissenborn built the majority of his hollow-necked Hawaiian steel guitars during the 1920's, in a time...
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No serial #. A completely original and unmodified mid-20's Weissenborn Style 1. It's rare to encounter these lightly constructed...
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Serial #1868, stamped on the top of the headstock. Built through the late 1930's, the Dobro model 62 featured fiddle-edge constru...
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A one-off lap steel built by one of our favorite luthiers, Joe Yanuziello. Inspired by the 1930's EH-150s and the like, Joe built...
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Serial # X40803. Built by Valco for Gretsch, the Electromatic steel features a pearloid-covered symmetrical body, back-painted pl...
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