Museum: Resonator & Steel Guitars

Built just down the road from us in Galt, Ontario; the Mason Company offered Canadians a quality alternative to the more costly Fe...
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If you're on the hunt for an affordable way to get going on Dobro or acoustic lap-style guitar, this Regal built Model 25 is a per...
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Serial #375. Originally manufactured for only a brief period in 1933, the El Trovador has experienced a renaissance lately thanks...
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The first BR-2 lap steels rolled off the line sometime in late 1947, replacing the retired BR-4. The new BR-2 was marketed as a m...
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Serial # 6941. A one-owner Fender steel that's in great shape and perfect working order. No modifications or repairs, no signifi...
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Serial number BL611. Built in December 1962, this early Jerry Byrd model captures the essence of 1960's high-style, with its waln...
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Serial# D 807 5. By 1975, the year in which this Model 60 was built, Dobro was being manufactured by the Original Musical Instrum...
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Serial # 17645. Mint condition, with professionally installed Highlander pickup system. The M2 is National Resophonic's original...
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Serial # C9695. The Hawaiian Square Neck Duolian is one of the less common budget National models, but certainly among the prettie...
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Serial # 7515. A very clean, well kept, and 100% original 1960 Fender Champ steel. Good sounding pickup, electronics work issue...
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Serial # 1381. Introduced near the height of the Art Deco movement in the United States, the National Style 1 Tricone featured th...
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Serial # W6 253 91 B. Dobro's original Model 75 was branded "Regal" in the late 1930s and originally featured a walnut body. Yo...
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