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1931 National Duolian

$5,995
About the neatest one of these we've seen, ever, and the cleanest too. Looks like it was barely ever played; smooth, practically unmarked "crystal" finish in beautiful gray-green; original frets with literally zero wear; original cone, tuners, tailpiece, and everything else. Nice straight neck too, never needed any work of any kind at all, a minor miracle right there. Sounds like the early 1930s...
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1929 National STYLE 4 TRICONE ROUND NECK

$20,000
EC+, the Style 4 was the top of the line National instrument of this period and a round neck model is very rare, 14-1/8'' German silver body, Chrysanthemum engraving pattern on top, sides, back and handstrap, lattice grill soundholes, round neck (soft V profile), bound ebony fretboard, diamond inlays, 19 frets, 3 cones, screened coverplate, T-bar bridge, slotted headstock features pearloid...
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1929 National STYLE 1 TRICONE SQUARENECK

$2,850
EC-, German silver body, lattice grill soundholes, square metal neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, 3 new cones (installed by our shop), T-bar bridge, triangular screened coverplate, stamped tailpiece, slotted headstock, logo decal gone but shadow remains, a few changed screws, 3-on-a-plate tuners, very cool, 2-1/16'' nut, 25'' scale, with OHSC (purple lining), (SN:1502) Item ID...
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2014 National Style O 14 Fret

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Nickel plated brass body (3 piece), 14 frets to the body, solid headstock, bound ebony fretboard with dot inlays, beautiful Hawaiian scene etched on top and back, single 9.5" hand spun resonator. Maple biscuit bridge, 1936-38 style headstock with banner, larger rolled F holes, great sounding new National, sounds incredible, Comes with new hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com...
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National 1690

$795
It was brought to us painted black. after stripping and servicing we got her running real good. Sounds great for harp or guitar.
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1952 National Double Neck Table

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Circa 1952 National Double Neck Blonde Console Steel Guitar, Serial # X46543. All original with the exception of the tuning knobs. Clean finish. Volume pot is scratchy. Legs are missing but pigtail for 1/4 inch input is included. Original hard case included. Condition: Very Good. Price Guide Value $1,200
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1964 National Valpro

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1964 National Valpro 85 White Electric Bass Guitar, Serial # 1-17201. All original with minor fret wear electronics are working. Repaired fingerboard separation on bass side from nut to 3rd fret with possible touch-ups so it is visible. Normal dings and scuffs to the finish. Some finish cracks on the top and at the jack. Wear on the headstock from a wall hanger. Electronics are working but need...
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2014 National CONCERT NRP UKULELE & CASE

$1,700
Concert resonator uke with 7-1/16'' lower bout, 15'' scale, thin gauge steel body with distressed nickel plated ''steel'' finish for a vintage look, mahogany neck, 1-3/8'' nut width, ebony fretboard, dot inlays, plain peghead with block ''NATIONAL'' inscribed, 6'' resonator cone with sieve coverplate, wooden hardshell case. Item ID NCNRPU. 11 photos at...
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2014 National CONCERT ''O'' UKULELE & CASE

$2,125
The classic. Concert resonator uke with 7-1/16'' lower bout, 15'' scale, wonderful nickel-plated brass body with etched Hawaiian scenes on front and back, mahogany neck, 1-3/8'' nut width, ivoroid-bound ebony fretboard meets the body at the 14th fret, pearl dot inlays, black peghead overlay with block ''NATIONAL'' inscribed in white, 6'' resonator cone with sieve coverplate, includes shaped...
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1929 National Triolian

$4,995
From the great, great years of the original National Triolians, the late 1920s, complete with palm trees and setting sun scene stencil-painted on the back, in red no less. For a brief while back then, someone at National made the misguided call to mold entire necks out of one solid piece of Bakelite. Turned out to be not the best idea, as every single one of them seems to have since irreversibly...
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1952 National Cosmopolitan

$1,200
The "Howlin' Wolf" guitar. Very cool, huge neck, big pickup.... Smokestack Lightning!
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2014 National Style O Replicon 14 Fret

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Solid brass body, 14 frets to the body, bound ebony fingerboard with dot inlays, beautiful Hawaiian motif etched on back of the body, single resonator, looks like an old one performs like a new one for the best of both worlds, comes with new hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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1928 National Triolian Woodbody

$2,199
1928 National Triolian wood body tenor in very good condition. This is the earliest example of a Triolian tenor we have seen. It is a wood body painted in the walnut finish. The neck is the same neck that would be found on the much fancier Style 1 and 2 instruments but painted over in walnut. It is a three piece neck with ebony fingerboard bound in ivoroid all painted over. The guitar is all...
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1962 National New Yorker

$825
This National New Yorker was made in the USA in 1962. It is in very nice all original condition. It comes with the original case.
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~1969 National Violin Bass

$599

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Circa 1960s National Hollow Body Violin Electric Bass, made in Japan, in all original and very good overall condition - serial number 124. This MIJ 'Beatle Basses' are super super cool - and very well made. Nice and lightweight, slender neck, super comfortable to play. Guitar players love these! Cosmetically, there are some light dings and dents and scratches, but that is it - otherwise she's...
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2003 National WB Bass

$3,595
Rare, Limited Production, Acoustic/Electric National Wood Bodied Resonator Bass. Comes with Factory Installed Optional Highlander Pickup and External Power Box.
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~1931 National Duolian

$2,799
12 frett pre 1935 National steel body Duolian. Original neck, refretted, darn straight at std. pitch with .013 strings. Plays well and sounds very strong. Has a beautiful look. Changed tailpiece. Aftermarked hardshell case included. Good honest guitar!
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1934 National Style O

$5,495
Like a mirror! 14 fret, "Dire Straits" model. 100% original.... with original case. I guess this is what they looked like new?
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~1936 National Triolian

$1,999

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Circa 1930s National Triolian Resonator round-neck guitar in a really cool BRONZE refin, serial number 194 1P, with blue-lined vintage softshell case. This is a really cool player National Resonator - nice pro refin in a unique antique looking Bronze finish. Some minor scratches, otherwise in excellent overall condition. Some of the Bronze finish has flaked off the very top of the headstock,...
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1938 National New Yorker

$550
Art Deco lap steel. By 1931 the Chrysler building and then the Empire State building were the wonders of the world. Built in the flourishing art deco style of bold geometric shapes both buildings were excitingly modern in the post world war one era. Then came the electric guitar. Zowie! What will they think of next? This guitar has the exciting flare of the era giving the stoic Rickenbacker...
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1998 National Delphi

$1,495
Year: 1998 Case: Original Hardshell Comments: Amazing sounding National Delphi from 1998. This is a well-kept and playing example. Includes original hard case.
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1930 National STYLE 1 TRICONE

$3,000
VG-EC, German silver body, lattice grill soundholes, square metal neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, 3 new cones (installed by our shop), T-bar bridge, triangular screened coverplate, stamped tailpiece, slotted headstock features National logo shield decal, 3-on-a-plate tuners, very cool, new 2-1/16'' nut, 25'' scale, with HSC, on consignment (SN:2232) Item ID 50U-2563. 12...
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~1948 National Valco

$800

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Circa 1947/1948 National Valco Tweed amplifier in very clean excellent condition - all original. Features the original speaker, and even the power cable looks to be original! This little tweed has a wonderful tone for recording, and is killer for harp, as well. As far as condition, you won't find one much cleaner than this one - perfect for the collector or studio - and GREAT to record with. ...
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~1969 National ME 940 Wah-Hurricane-Siren

$299
Vintage National ME 940 "Hurricane Wah" Sounds amazing. Made by Sin-Ei for National in the 1960's, This pedal has a super warm, full sounding wah, 2 white noise sounds (hurricane and surf) and a very cool siren. Comes with original box too.
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2011 National ResoLectric

$1,775
Great deal for anyone looking for a National ResoLectric! This 2011 model is in near-mint condition and priced with its original hard case. The coolest hybrid-style guitar out there (our favorite application is heavily over driven, with amp volume on ten!). On consignment. No trades.
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1929 National Style 1 Tricone

$3,599
Serial # 1381. Introduced near the height of the Art Deco movement in the United States, the National Style 1 Tricone featured the bold, geometric, rectilinear design that was capturing the imagination of the design world of the time. To some, the Style 1 Tricone, with its unadorned German silver body, lattice soundholes, austere look, and function-following form design epitomizes Art Deco...
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2014 National Dueco 14

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New National Dueco 14 steel body. Mahogany neck. Ebody fretboard. 9.5" handspun. Bone nut slotted head stock. 1 13/16" nut width. 12" radius. 25" scale w/ case and warranty. LARGER PICTURES? To view full size pictures click on the photo then click the "view full-size image" tab. Being a small and busy shop, we try to respond to every email in a timely manner, but sometimes it takes a couple...
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1930 National PAT. PEND. FINGERPICK

$175
VGC+, single fingerpick, a nice example of the original pre-war nickel silver (aka German silver) fingerpick made by National, with spoon-shaped blade and ''NATIONAL / PAT. PEND.'' stamped on the front. The ''PAT. PEND.'' picks from before WWII have been called the most highly regarded fingerpicks ever made, and are prized by collectors and players alike. Item ID 200U-2074. 2 photos at...
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1937 National TRIOLIAN

$1,500
EC- except needs work (dress frets, shim cone for coverplate clearance, replace broken case handle, restring and set up, etc. - sold AS-IS), painted-on wood grain finish, pear-shaped metal body, sunburst finished neck, ivoroid-bound 18-fret rosewood fingerboard, dot inlays, 1-1/4'' nut width, ~15'' scale, original biscuit bridge and 9-1/2'' cone, matching wood grain painted sieve coverplate,...
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1941 National / SUPRO COLLEGIAN RESONATOR MANDOLIN

$2,000
EC-, refinished pear-shaped metal body, sunburst finished neck (refinished), 18 fret rosewood fingerboard (refretted), dot inlays, 1-1/8'' nut width, ~15'' scale, replacement 9-1/2'' cone, coverplate has 2 rings of circular holes, missing pickguard, National shield on headstock, 4-on-a-plate tuners with metal buttons, on consignment, no case (SN:3582 G) Item ID 90U-6473. 11 photos at...
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