Museum: Resonator & Steel Guitars

Del Vecchio has been building instruments in Sao Paulo, Brazil, since the early 1900's, and their first resonators were produced i...
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# 16609. National Resophonic's mahogany bodied M1 Tricone has a tone unlike anything else the company has ever offered. The volum...
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Serial # T7214 . A short-lived 8 string model, the Console 8 was offered in the late 1950's as the company's budget 8 string offe...
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Serial # 1622. The Angelus was Dobro's least expensive offering before WWII. The instrument featured a different cover plate th...
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The company that invented the electric guitar offered a number of variations on the lap steel theme by the mid 1940's. The model...
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Serial # 1667. We hope you'll be as excited as we were upon casting our eyes on this guitar for the first time. Everyone knows vin...
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Serial # B3191. Surely one of the coolest looking Nationals out there, this late 1930's Trojan is a far cry from the earlier (and...
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Built by Harmony in 1938, the Hawaiian Harmolin features a unique string bending mechanism that allows the player to affect the pi...
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No serial #. The Royaltone was built for a very short period between 1950 and 1952, and was the first Gibson lap steel to be fitte...
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The 12 fret brass bodied National Style 0 is one of the more iconic guitars of the 1930’s. With its etched palm trees and deco...
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The late Mike Auldridge was a Grammy-award winner, IBMA Distinguished Achievement Award recipient, and a founding member of the le...
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This Metalbody Dobro Model 32 was built by Regal in Chicago in 1937, soon after all of Dobro’s production and distribution was t...
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