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~1931 National Duolian

$2,799.00
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

$5,495.00
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

$1,999.00

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

$550.00
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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1931 National Triolian

$4,200.00
This is the Cleanest Triolian We Have Ever Seen. Still has Green Paint on the Fingerboard! With Vibrant Stenciled Hawaiian Scene on the Back. Not Only is this the Best Looking, It Sounds Great As Well!
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1998 National Delphi

$1,495.00
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 Triolian Round-Neck Resonator

$1,800.00
This vintage National Triolian Round Neck Resonator is perfect for country blues players into slide guitar and has a classic sound that just can't be matched. It's one of the earliest models from when the famed company switched from wood to steel bodied instruments. At 84 years old, this resonator is in Good condition, with a replaced nut, tuners and tailipiece - the originals are included in the...
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1930 National STYLE 1 TRICONE

$3,000.00
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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1961 National Res-O-Glass Studio 66

$1,995.00
Absolutely fantastic 1961 National Res O Glass Model Studio 66 in original Sand Buff finish. Plays and sounds fantastic. Original pickup screams. Tone is out of this world. Plus it looks fantastic, too! With nice hard case.
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~1948 National Valco

$800.00

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

$299.00
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

$1,775.00
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

$3,599.00
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

$175.00
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

$1,500.00
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

$2,000.00
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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1929 National STYLE 4 TRICONE SQUARENECK

$6,500.00
VG-EC (there are a few minor dings), the Style 4 was the top of the food chain National instrument of this period, 14-1/8'' German silver body, Chrysanthemum engraving pattern on top, sides, back and handstrap, lattice grill soundholes, square neck, bound ebony fretboard (rebound by our shop), diamond inlays (4 are new, by our shop), 19 frets, 3 new National cones, screened coverplate, T-bar...
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1932 National STYLE 4 TRICONE SQUARENECK

$6,500.00
VG-EC, the Style 4 was the top-of-the-line for National instruments of this period, 14-1/8'' German silver body, Chrysanthemum engraving pattern on top, sides, back and handstrap, lattice grill soundholes, triangular screened coverplate, square neck, bound ebony fretboard, diamond inlays (2 are new, installed by our shop), 19 frets, 3 new National cones (installed by our shop), T-bar bridge,...
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2010 National POLYCHROME TRIOLIAN

$2,000.00
EC, 14'' lower bout, yellow painted finish with hand-painted palm trees on back, thin gauge steel body, arched back, 12 fret maple neck, ivoroid-bound 19 fret maple fingerboard with dot inlays, slotted headstock 3-on-a-plate tuners, sieve coverplate, 9-1/2'' cone, biscuit bridge, stamped tailpiece, flat f-holes, ~1-27/32'' nut, ~25'' scale, on consignment, with OHSC (blue lining) (SN:025 16004) ...
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1947 National Model 1155

$2,950.00
Retrofret Stock # 6313. National Model 1155 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1947), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # V 4898, sunburst lacquer finish, mahogany back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. This very interesting guitar is a result of the intertwining of Gibson and National/Valco with the CMI (Chicago Musical Instrument)...
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1929 National Triolian

$5,250.00
Retrofret Stock # 4766. National Triolian Model Resophonic Guitar (1929), made in Los Angeles, serial # 1497, Polychrome lacquer with decals finish, laminated wood body, basswood neck. This extremely rare guitar is from the first series of single-cone National reso-phonic guitars to have ever been made, designed just before the Great Depression made lower-priced instruments a necessity. The...
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1930 National Triolian

$3,495.00
A really nice vintage 1930 Walnut Sunburst National Triolian. Plays and sounds fantastic. Rings out like a dream. Has all the right wear in all the right places. She's beat but sweet and playing great.
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1994 National Style O

$2,100.00
This is currently a lefty, but there's no reason why you couldn't recut the nut and play it right handed. It sounds great - really opened up nicely. All original, in Very good condition and comes with the OHSC
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~1937 National Duolian

$2,950.00
Very clean example, with great action and intonation.
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1930 National Triolian Tenor

$2,495.00
A Rare Early Metal Bodied Tenor Resonator with Pat Pending "Planet" Banjo Style Tuners.
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2009 National Triolian

$1,995.00
Year: 2009 Finish: Sunburst Case: OHSC Comments: Very nice 12-fret resonator from National. Neck profile has just the right amount of girth for slide playing and chord work. Resonates beautifully with warm, bloomy projection. This one can hold its own against almost anything out there.
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National Radio Tone

$2,295.00
Finish: Orignal Pickups: K&K pickup Case: Hard Comments: Pre-owned Model B National. These reso-phonic guitars are incredibly cool. Nice neck profile with easy playability. Acoustic projection sets it apart and makes it a versatile instrument. K&K pickup sounds awesome.
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~1934 National The Don

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rare model, earliest (lowest serial #) we've ever seen, one of the cleanest as well, plays great, sounds great, the top of the line single cone
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