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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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1935 National Style 0

$3,750
SN: S6442. Killer sounding and rare 13 ½ fret National Style O with slotted headstock. Seeing the future the Dopyera brothers sought to create a 14-fret guitar without retooling the body. The result is a longer scale Style 0 made only a short period of time. The added scale length got them almost to 14-frets clear (but not quite) but it gave the guitar a different character. It has the bound...
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1937 National Style 0

$4,250
SN: A3649. Rare and wonderful sounding true 14-fret National Style O restored to its original elegance. Solid headstock with inlaid MOTC logo, bound fretboard, two-tome neck, original Mickey Mouse ear tuners. Chicken foot cover plate, repro pickguard from National, original cone, and repro bridge. Brand new neck reset, dressed frets, and setup for finger style. It has the “number 7” scene on the...
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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

$3,000
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 - German Silver

$3,400
Our flagship model, the Style O recreates the look and feel of the original 1930's single resonator guitars. This brass bodied instrument is polished to a mirror-like shine, nickel plated, and finally etched with the distinctive Hawaiian palm tree design. The maple neck is finished in a traditional sunburst. An ivoroid bound ebony fretboard and vintage-style engraved tuners complete the look...
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National Reso-Phonic Style 1 Tri-Cone

$3,230
Hard to photograph, but stunning, and SHINY! Our Style 1 Tricone. This material is the same alloy used by the Dopyera Brothers to create the first National Tricone guitars in the late 1920's. The body, coverplate, and tailpiece are polished to a mirror-like shine and nickel plated. The mahogany neck, finished in a rich mahogany burst, has an ivoroid bound ebony fingerboard. The vintage-style...
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National O 14 Fret

$3,060
The 14-fret Style O from National Guitars is a true-to-spec replica of the original 1937 powerhouse it's based on. Offering resonator guitarists extended reach to the upper fretboard, the Style O also features a rock maple neck, thin-gauge brass body covered in nickel plating and the traditional Hawaiian motif. Priced with hard case! 25" SL 1.825" nut width 8 lbs 1 oz
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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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National NRP Steel Tenor

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Harkening back to the early days of National, the new NRP Steel Tenor guitar is a modern recreation of the classic. Its body and neck dimensions are the same as the guitar-shaped tenors that National was building in the 1930’s, but thanks to National Resophonic’s modern touches, the guitar plays so much better than the originals after which it’s styled. Brushed nickel plating over a steel body...
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Collings Guitars CJ35

$4,320
Collings CJ35 Slope Shoulder Dreadnought Acoustic 24046Description:Extremely powerful, Extremely defined. Every note's in its own postal code!What we think:I was staying late this past Wednesday finishing up some e-mails when my co-worker Corey called and asked me a question about the specs on the "new CJ35". We let them sit for a day before opening them up in the winter, so although I'd...
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RME ADI-8 QS

$3,049
RME ADI-8 QS A/D D/A ConverterDescription:8-Channel 24 Bit/192 kHz Remote Controllable AD/DA ConverterManufacturer Description:RME's ADI-8 QS is an 8-Channel hi-end AD/DA converter with an unrivalled bunch of features. The device combines excellent analog circuit design with outstanding low latency AD/DA converter chips of the latest generation. Along with the integrated SteadyClock, the QS...
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Martin OM-28

$2,849
Carrying a distinct vintage-inspired design and updated like the D-18 a few years ago, the OM-28 offers many of the features found in our pre-war era guitars. The OM-28 is constructed with all the features of the OM-28E Retro without the electronics package. Aging toner and a polished gloss finish are applied to the Sitka spruce top which features ¼” “X” scalloped bracing. The polished gloss East...
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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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