New Instruments: National Resophonic Guitars

Built in fairly limited numbers in the late 1930's and early '40's, the Collegian was National's least expensive model. Its yellow...
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The NRP 14 fret Steel is an attractive but simply appointed guitar with a big voice. The body features a brushed finish, stamped b...
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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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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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We often have a great selection of VINTAGE National steels as well as lapsteels and other Hawaiian guitars. Check out the VINTAGE...
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The Woodbody NRP features a maple laminate body, Mahogany neck, unbound ebony fingerboard, and plain slotted headstock with stampe...
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The Gold Tone Paul Beard Square neck is an affordable but very fine sounding traditional square neck resonator. Maple ply constru...
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The venerable 12 fret National Style 0 todays version. The Style 0 has been making music and other noises by some of the most...
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The Brushed Steel Tricone features a marriage of classic simplicity and tasteful design. Its a stunning guitar to behold, and is...
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Good things come in small packages. The National Resophonic Mahogany ukulele might just be the classiest, best sounding, and best...
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Show that banjo player in your Bluegrass combo who�s the boss with this RM-1 Mandolin from the National Resophonic Company. It...
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National Resophonic�s 14 fret Style O pays homage to the originals built in the late 1930�s, but incorporates the playability,...
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