New Instruments: National Resophonic Guitars

A classy, simple, and tastefully appointed wood-bodied resonator-ukulele, Nationalís Mahogany uke harkens back to the 1920ís with...
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Styled after the 1930ís 12 fret National Duolian, the NRP-12 features a thin-gauge steel body, flat cut F holes, non-ribbed coverp...
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The venerable 12 fret National Style 0 Ė todayís 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. Itís a stunning guitar to behold, and is...
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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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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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Working closely with National endorsee (and all-around amazing guitarist) Mike Dowling, the El Trovador was designed as an updated...
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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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Good things come in small packages. The National Resophonic Mahogany ukulele might just be the classiest, best sounding, and best...
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National Resophonicís Mahogany bodied M1 Tricone has a tone unlike anything else the company has ever offered. The volume and dyna...
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Nationalís 14 fret Style O pays homage to the originals built in the late 1930ís, but incorporates the playability, tunability, an...
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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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