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National ResoRocket Wood Body

$2,550
We have the great Steve James to thank for the production wood-body ResoRockets from National Guitars. The slim body and cutaway make complicated fingerpicking runs a breeze. And the tone is wonderfully focused, with a dry, organic ring. Priced with hard case from National. Solid mahogany body 1 3/4" nut width
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1966 National Varsity 66

$1,295
Black Res-O-Glass body, Gumby Headstock, Neck pickup, and Trapeze tailpiece. A cool model with a warm neck pickup tone
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National CUSTOM KOA CONCERT UKULELE

$1,500
EC, 7-1/8'' lower bout, laminated koa body with rope binding, 15-fret mahogany neck, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard with ivoroid dot inlays, 1-7/16'' nut width, 15'' scale length, 6'' resonator cone, biscuit bridge, satin nickel sieve coverplate, tortoise peghead overlay with white ''NATIONAL'' script logo, friction tuners with black plastic buttons, on consignment, with OHSC (SN:11595) Item ID...
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2012 National M1 TRICONE SQUARENECK

$2,000
EC, satin rust finish, double bound mahogany body, 12 fret square mahogany neck, bound rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, color-matched hand-painted coverplate, three 6'' diameter swirl embossed National cones seated in a special wooden pan with T-bar bridge, lattice soundholes, classic tailpiece, slotted headstock features shield logo decal, 3-on-a-plate tuners, 2'' nut, 25-3/4'' scale,...
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National M1 Tricone

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National Resophonic’s Mahogany bodied M1 Tricone has a tone unlike anything else the company has ever offered. The volume and dynamic range of this guitar will surprise you at first strum; it’s much more airy and open than a brass or steel tricone – and has much less focus in the mids than the metal bodies. Instead, the sound is warm, wide and breathy, and controlled. Fingerstyle guitarists (who...
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1964 National Map

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Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
Vintage 1964 National Map Guitar in Red
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1961 National Map Bass

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Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
Vintage 1961 National Map Bass in White
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2014 National NRP-14 Steel

$1,895
Bought here new not too long ago, by someone who belatedly found out that he just didn’t have the blues. No nicks, no dents, no wear, no nuthin’ ‘cept the most solidly built metal-bodied resonator guitars ever from those great people at today’s National company. Tough enough to find one of these new, let alone perfectly used. Go up-country for only $1895 w/ohsc
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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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1951 National Tube Amp

$750
This National tube amp was made by Valco in 1951. It is in nice shape for its age. It sounds very good, and works fine. The leather handle on the amp in the pictures was not in good shape and broke and now the amp has a new nice leather handle on the amp. It comes with an older cover which might be original.
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1997 National Delphi

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1997 National Delphi in unplayed condition with hard shell case in excellent condition. Save hundreds!
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~1964 National Map Guitar Newport 88

$4,800
Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting... A 1964 National Resoglas Newport 88 Map Guitar with the UBER COOL Original Map shaped Hardshell Case... OK..I have only had 2 before this one.. I have both in the last couple of years and these are always sought after....This one is in unbelieveable shape! This 1964 beauty has hardly been lightly played over the years. The Black Resoglas, (Fiberglass),...
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1936 National Duolian,

$2,700
1936 National Duolian, well worn, but excellent action and tone. Older headstock crack repaired. One machine head button changed. Non-original hard shell case.
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~1936 National Duolian

$1,500
EX playing condition, refinished in gold sparkle, replaced cover plate, plays easily, sounds like one from this era should sound There is a video of this guitar at : https://youtu.be/SVeXD-ysfPM
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1936 National Duolian

$2,895
Serial # A2955. A beautifully worn-in 14 fret National Duolian. The guitar has all the vibe any slide-slinging blues player is after, and sounds heavenly. Steel-body with well worn Dueco crystalline finish, maple neck with worn sunburst finish and solid headstock, rosewood fingerboard with ivoroid dot markers and a bone nut. Original tuning machines with bottom corners rounded off. Headstock...
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~1940 National New Yorker Electric Spanish

$1,750
1940's National New York Electric Spanish. This is a beautiful, all original guitar - it plays great and comes with a hard case. These don't come up too often, and this is a great example with tons of mojo.
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1930 National Style O (Round Neck, Single-Cone, 12 Fret, Variant 3)

$3,500
Dire Straits… 1930 National Style O (Round Neck, Single-Cone, 12 Fret, Variant 3) This all original December 1930, single-cone Style O (variant 3) resonator with a 14 inch wide and just over 3 1/4 inch deep, nickel plated Bell-brass body weighs just 7.20 lbs. This great little resonator features a sand blasted Hawaiian scene on the back, palm trees on the top with two 'f' holes and a solid area...
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1929 National Style 3C Hawaiian Triple Resonator 'Lily-of-the-valley'

$6,500
An Exceptionally Fine, 1929 German Silver, 'Lily-Of-The-Valley' Hawaiian Tricone Guitar. 1929 National Style 3C Hawaiian Triple Resonator 'Lily-of-the-valley' 14 1/4 inch wide, just over 3 1/4 inch deep, arched-back, German Silver "Style 3C Hawaiian" Triple Resonator with 'Lily-of-the-Valley' and 'two-line engraved border' etched onto the body. The sides of the body also engraved with...
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1966 National Westwood 6416T Vintage 2x8 Class A Tube Amp Valco Supro

$1,099.99
Up for sale, a 1966 National Westwood Model 6416T tube amplifier in exceptional, 100% original collector-grade condition and in perfect working order. Following the same model # system as Supro amplifiers, this amp was produced in Chicago's Valco factory, and National was their flagship brand! A very unique and rare amplifier, this Westwood features two original Jensen alnico 8" speakers and a...
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~1930 National Triolian

$2,795
Vintage original 1930 National Triolian Resonator guitar. Plays and sounds incredible. Super warm and full of killer tone. Sounds exactly like the guitar used in Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman." It's uncanny. Still has remnants of the original Walnut Sunburst brown finish on it. Lots of wear to the finish. A wonderful sounding resonator for a good price.
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2015 National El Trovador with Hotplate

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Sunburst on mahogany top back and sides, 12 frets to the body, round neck, factory Hotplate pickup, slotted headstock, single resonator, bound ebony fingerboard with MOP dot inlays, 1 ¾" at nut, super sounding new National, a recreation of the thirties classic, comes with new hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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2015 National Collegian with pickup

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White on steel body, 14 frets to the body, bound rosewood fingerboard with mop dot inlays, 1.825" at nut, single 9.5" hand spun resonator, factory slimline pickup, maple biscuit bridge, sounds as great as it looks, comes with a deluxe hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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1962 National Studio 66 Resoglas

$1,499.88
Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting... A Beautiful Desert Sand National Resoglas Studio 66 Guitar with original Softshell Case... This one has the awesome Valco Single Coil Pickup and it sounds great... This guitar is 100% Original and its in great shape. There are a few dings and scratches but overall, the resoglad body is in great shape. See pics. The Neck has player wear and some fading...
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1930 National STYLE 1 TRICONE

$2,900
VG-EC, German silver body, lattice grill soundholes, square metal neck, 2 plugged holes at end of bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, 3 new cones (installed by our shop), T-bar bridge, triangular screened coverplate, original tailpiece has 2 holes drilled on base (not sure why), slotted headstock features National logo shield decal, 3-on-a-plate tuners, great sound, new 2-1/16'' nut,...
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1957 National 1155E

$3,995
From Gibson to National to you, via the 1950s. National bought completed J-50 bodies from Gibson back then and attached their own necks, with a unique contour, a wonderful peghead shape, Kluson tuners with proprietary way cool button shapes, and a National serial number plate on the back of the peghead; these are some pretty wonderful and unique guitars. This one is the 1155E model with a full...
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2015 National Custom NRP Steel Tricone

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"Green is Blue" or "Green Onions" will play well on this unique Custom Shop NRP! Why? Because the neck is stained green. Why? Just cuz! Tri cones are the versatile resonator for sure. Not too punchy not too sweet. Brushed nickel finish over steel body cuts on fingerprints and gives a vintage vibe. Ebony fingerboard, slotted head stock and 12 fret to the body for clarity, depth and a great feel...
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1953 National 1122

$1,100
VGC+ except some loose and missing binding, double bound maple body, bolt-on maple neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, 1 interesting sounding single coil pickup, trapeze tailpiece, newer metal adjustable bridge, screw-on jack (converter for use w/ 1/4'' jack included), b-w headstock overlay features logo, 3-on-a-plate tuners, 1-23/32'' scale, 22-3/4'' scale, NO CASE, on...
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1948 National 1145 / Gibson L-50

$1,559
Serial # V14626. Built by Gibson but branded National, the National 1145 most closely resembles a Gibson L-50, but with a cosmetic package that sets it apart from its hometown cousin. 16” single-bound body with carved spruce top, pressed maple back and sides, and brown sunburst finish to all sides. Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, national headstock shape and shield logo, enclosed...
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1959 National Val Trol Jr.

$1,350
True Americana, electrified. It's got some honest wear from use but it's all original and overall in very good condition. w/SSC
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