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1932 National Style 0

$4,250
(Serial No. S4501) Blues approved! Excellent condition cosmetically, excellent condition soundwise. Has the cool Hawaiian scenes etched or sandblasted into the body. Chrome-plated all-brass 12 fret body, rolled f holes, and the original maple neck with slotted peghead. Has original plating, tuners, and tailpiece. Cone and biscuit are modern National replacements. Condition of the plating and...
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1936 National Style 0

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Round neck, solid head, Round cut F holes, original ebony fingerboard, original tail piece, replacement tuners, replacement pickguard, 44.5mm at nut, with hard case. Wonderful Style 0 resonator from 1930's. There are some  dents and playwears, it is in an excellent condition. The body even has very nice shine and it is hard to believe that the guitar is over 70 years old! The neck condition is...
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National Style 0-14 Replicon

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Made famous by Mark Knopfler, and the cover of ‘Brothers in Arms’ in particular, the 30’s 14 fret Style 0 became the stuff of legend to anyone who ever learned the opening chords of ‘Romeo and Juliette’. The 0-14 Replicon is a tribute to Knopfler’s original guitar, and to the other unsung examples out there. The nickel plated brass body is beautifully and tastefully distressed and aged,...
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National Style 0-14

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National’s 14 fret Style O pays homage to the originals built in the late 1930’s, but incorporates the playability, tunability, and serviceability for which all new National Resophonics are known. Both Son House and Mark Knopfler are legendary 14 fret Style O players, testament to this instrument’s versatility. Based on the original 1937 model, the hard rock maple neck clears 14 frets to the...
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National Style O

$4,000
Get your mojo workin'. 1930-33, very cool round neck reso, great vibe and patina, minor neck binding issue, sounds really good.
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National Reso-Phonic Style O-14 Fret

$2,890
Our reproduction Style O-14 Fret meets the demands of players needing easier access to the higher frets. Based on the original 1937 model, the hard rock maple neck clears 14 frets to the body. The brass body is made of thin gauge material polished to a mirror-like shine, nickel plated and etched with the traditional Hawaiian scene. The "chicken-foot" coverplate, formed back, and inlaid...
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National Reso-Phonic Style O Replicon

$3,230
Each Replicon begins its life as a Style O. The instrument then goes through a distress and aging process. The entire instrument is pre-aged and worn individually by hand for the same authentic look and feel of it's vintage 1930's counterpart, resulting in an instrument that looks and feels like it's been played for 75+ years. Other specifications include: Headstock Style: Slotted ...
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National Reso-Phonic Style 1 Tricone

$3,145
True to form, the The National Resophonic Style 1 Tricone is one of the most unique guitars on the market as it features a hand-engraved, double-cut wriggle pattern borders the top, sides, and back of the body. Its tricone build helps to deliver clear, bright tones that are as loud as a guitar can be without amplification! Built to accommodate both slide and fingerpicking style of play, the Style...
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National Guitars National Triolian with case "NEW"

$2,125
Introduced in 2009, our new Triolian is a reissue of an early 1930's W-Series Triolian. The thin-gauge steel body is highlighted by flat cut "f" holes, a formed back, and traditional sieve-hole coverplate. Each body is hand painted in walnut-burst to capture the look of the originals. The maple neck clears 12 frets to the body and features an ivoroid-bound rosewood fretboard complete with inlaid...
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National Collegian

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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 paint finish and simple coverplate differentiated the model from the pricier Duolians, but the instruments are otherwise pretty much the same. Seventy or so years later, the fine folks at National Resophonic have recreated this classic model, and done it just right....
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National Mahogany Resonator Uke

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Good things come in small packages. The National Resophonic Mahogany ukulele might just be the classiest, best sounding, and best looking ukulele anywhere near its pricepoint. From its tortoiseshell celluloid headstock and binding to its subtle sunburst finish, not an ounce of good design was spared in the making of this instrument. Concert scale, 1-3/8” polished bone nut, mahogany neck,...
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Martin Guitars New! Martin D Mahogany 09 Acoustic Guitar With Case

$2,399
Retail Price $3599 Model: D Mahogany 09 Construction: Certified Mahogany Blocks/Dovetail Neck Joint Body Size: D-14 Fret Top: Solid Certified European Spruce Rosette: Old Style 18 Top Bracing Pattern: Standard ''X'' Scalloped, Forward Shifted Top Braces: Solid Certified European Spruce, 5/16'' Back Material: Solid Certified Mahogany Back Purfling: none Side Material:...
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