Vintage Instruments: Resonator & Steel Guitars

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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Here’s a tremendously cool vintage resonator that at first glance looks like a Regal Le Domino model but is actually an assembla...
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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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Greg Rich and Mark Taylor banded together in 1993 to form the Rich & Taylor Banjo Company. Although the pair worked together for...
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The Gibson-built Dobro Dobroleckric is a thinline semi-hollow resonator electric with a National-style biscuit bridge cone, P-90 p...
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Built in Galt, Mason amps and lap steels are local to their core. The amp features Guelph-made Hammond transformers, Waterloo-mad...
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No serial #. Few figures in the history of Canadian guitar making are as enigmatic and mysterious as Charles Brasher. A Toronto...
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A cool Kay-built resonator from the late 1950’s. The K-90 features a larger 15.5” body, a long 26” scale, and a smaller 8.5...
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In addition to our selection of Vintage resonators, lapsteels and Hawaiian guitar we also carry the fantastic NEW National Resopho...
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