Museum: Resonator & Steel Guitars

Serial # 184-668. Pot Code 1346308. Introduced in mid-'57, the Skylark became Gibson's most popular steel, sharing the futuristic...
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Serial # -03087. A one owner instrument, this steel was brought to Folkway after a 40 year storage. It's one of the finest Fende...
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With matching serial numbers (both stamped 430), we know that this pair has likely spent all of the last 73 years at cable-length...
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Serial # 35285. During the later half of the 1930's, many instrument companies were doing all they could to dive into the fray of...
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Steel serial # 7076, Amp production code JJ (1960), parts all coded mid 1959 to mid 1960. Another very lovely Fender Champ set,...
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Serial # X67297. A cool looking student-model lap steel with that great-sounding Valco pickup unit. These Supro Specials were or...
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Serial # 538. Perhaps the most original and untouched National Triolian Polychome Ukulele in the world. This instrument, bui...
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No Serial number. The Regal built Dobro Model 27 was the company's least expensive resonator and sold well. There are many versi...
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No serial #. Built by Valco with typical grey pearloid, string-through pickup, and guitar-shaped body. We can only assume that L...
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Serial # X14706. Perhaps the best way to describe this very cool 50's Supro Steel guitar would be to quote the company's original...
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Serial #5716, pots dated 1959. The Champ Steel replaced the Champion in Fender's lineup in 1959 and remained part of the company'...
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Serial # C5965. A National-built lap steel from the early 40's that features the first incarnation of National's famous 'string-t...
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