New Instruments: National Resophonic Guitars

National Resophonic partnered up with Vintage 47 Amplifiers to recreate modern versions of National's pre-war classics. This twee...
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ON SALE
National’s NRP Duolian is a consistent shop favourite, but the ante was upped upon the arrival this ‘Barnyard Blue’ 12-fret....
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Built in fairly limited numbers in the late 1930s and early '40s, the Collegian was at that time National's least expensive model....
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National partnered up with Vintage 47 Amplifiers to recreate modern versions of their pre-war classics.
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ON SALE
National's 14 fret Style O pays homage to the originals built in the late 1930's, but incorporates the playability, tunability, an...
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Introduced at 2008's NAMM show, the Hot-Plate was designed in conjunction with National endorsee Mike Dowling who wanted an easily...
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National’s wood-bodied M1 tricone is a beautiful sounding instrument, with a glorious and endless sustain, perfect balance, and...
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National’s Triolian was introduced in 1928 as a wooden-bodied budget instrument. By sometime in 1929 the model had changed to s...
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We often have a great selection of VINTAGE National steels as well as lapsteels and other Hawaiian guitars
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Working closely with National endorsee (and all-around amazing guitarist) Mike Dowling, the El Trovador was designed as an updated...
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OUT OF STOCK
Styled after the 1930's 12 fret National Duolian, but with National's modern playability and quality.
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OUT OF STOCK
The National Resophonic Weathered Steel Style 0 combines the familiar etched scene of a traditional Style 0 with a steel body and...
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OUT OF STOCK
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