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1931 National Style 1 Tricone

$2,995
1931 National resonator guitar, German brass body with nickel plating, early feature offset cone configuration, bound ebony fingerboard, huge volume and amazingly crisp tone, a great addition for the collector or player! [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1996 National Polychrome Tri-cone

$1,650
Steel Bodied National Tricone Finished in Grey Polychrome. A Fantastic Resonator Guitar with Exceptional Clarity Featuring a Maple Neck with Bound Rosewood Fingerboard and Vintage Style Engraved Headstock Overlay!
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2010 National Resotone

$899
Black, recent National Resophonic ResoTone in handsome black. This is a real resonator guitar with a solid body, you get the tone, without the feedback. Perfect for the stage. A great sounding Lollar pickup plays nice with nickel or phosphor-bronze strings. This example is in very good shape, with a bit of plating wear and some buckle rash. Not bad at all...just worth mentioning. Comes with the...
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1935 National Duolian

$2,895
1935 Nation Duolian Here we have an outstanding 1935 National Duolian! 1 3/4″ nut width w/ a 25″ scale length. Replaced tuners, replaced nut, and referred. Amazing neck that has a slight “v” profile. Replaced tailpiece with a non original hard shell case. This guitar sounds exactly how you’d hope. Projects loud and clear without buzzing!!
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1953 National Grand Console Doulbe Neck 8-String Steel Guitar

$795
1953 National double neck 8-string steel guitar. It's all original with the exception of the tuning buttons which have been replaced with 2 brand new sets. It's 100% with the exception of the legs. Included, is the original hardshell case. It's in great shape with some minor nicks + dings, and other minor cosmetic wear. All electronics on the guitar work and sound great, but the original cable is...
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2015 National NRP Black Rust

$2,240
New, 12-fret steel body resonator guitar, $2800 list price, ohsc...........$2240
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2011 National RESOLECTRIC REVOLVER

$1,800
Solid mahogany body, single cutaway, translucent black finish, white pearloid pickguard, top binding, and peghead overlay, 14-fret maple neck with 19-fret rosewood fingerboard, diamond shape inlays, plated ribbed sieve coverplate, spun cone, active electronics with Highlander transducer in biscuit bridge and Lollar P-90 neck pickup, individual volume controls for each pickup, master volume and...
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1961 National Val-Pro 82 Resoglass Map Vintage Electric Guitar Glenwood

$1,699.99
Up for sale, a 1961 National Val-Pro 82 in excellent condition and in good working order. One of the famed Res-o-glass "Map" guitars (for it's artistic interpretation of the shape of the USA and fiberglass body construction), this National was produced in Chicago by Valco, who also manufactured guitars under the Supro and Airline brand names. National, however, was Valco's top of the line...
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National Californian

$650
No pickguard, no logo, great vibe! Bridge has been soldered. Comes with chipboard case.
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1930 National Duolian

$3,999
1930 National Duolian in excellent condition. The Duolian model was introduced in 1930 as a more economical model to the fancy plated and engraved guitars being produced in the late 20s. The appointments are simple and even the gauge of steel used for the bodies is a bit thinner than other models. The finish is a cool black grey "frosted duco". It has a nice round mahogany neck. The original...
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1927 National Style 2 1/2 Tricone Square Neck

$4,895
Paul Simon's song "Graceland" begins with the line, "The Mississippi Delta was shining like a National guitar," but the bright nickel plating of National guitars has seeped into popular culture (in a very small way at least)! Most people recognize National guitars from the cover of Dire Straits' "Brothers In Arms" record. I, of course think of Stevie Ray Vaughn and his effect on the musical...
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1930 National Triolian Tenor

$1,500
1930 National Triolian Tenor Metal Bodied 4 String Tenor Resonator with Dark Warm Shaded Walnut Finish with the Unmistakable Tone of a Single Cone National. Designed to provide Guitar Players of the Big Band Era with enough Volume to be heard above an Orchestra this National Triolian Tenor can cut through in a variety of settings.
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1948 National 1160 / Gibson LG-3

$1,079
Serial V-9124. The second National 1160/LG-3 that we’ve ever encountered, and serial numbered only 23 instruments apart from the first of these we listed a number of years ago. The National 1160 is essentially a Gibson LG-3 with a different headstock, pickguard, and bridge, and no truss-rod. The model was offered between 1947 and 1951, but it is unknown how many of these were built. Gibson...
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2015 National CONCERT NRP UKULELE & CASE

$1,870
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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1937 National TRIOLIAN

$1,275
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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1932 National STYLE 4 TRICONE SQUARENECK

$6,500
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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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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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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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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1960 National VAL TROL JUNIOR MODEL 1122

$1,800
EC-, ivory finished unique double cutaway solid body with beveled edges, neck mounted pickup with bridge transducer in rosewood saddle on clear plastic base, 3 controls on bass side of body with 3-way switch and master volume on treble side, cream plastic pickguard with ''Val Trol'' logo and black pinstripe, black bolt-on neck with rosewood fingerbaord, bound peghead with raised plastic...
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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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1951 National Lap Steel

$795
As perfect as they come, with the ultra-cool Valco pickup that everyone wants. Just thoroughly gone over in our own shop for proper volume and tone control function and tuning capability. Tuner buttons replaced by a prior owner, good job. Still has its original cable with threaded connector, also seen to for perfect operation. A neat package all around, gig-ready, even has its original hard shell...
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1930 National Style O

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early model, steel body, fingerboard shows wear, has the sound only a steel style O has, ready to go, modern hardcase
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1962 National Westwood 72

$1,795
See-through blonde finish, cool see-through pickguard and harp tailpiece. A really neat Art Deco guitar with 24.5" scale length. Two pickups, one being a transducer in the bridge. Comes with nifty two-tone case. $1795 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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2015 National El Trovador Baritone with Hotplate

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Sunburst on mahogany top back and sides, 14 frets to the body, round neck, slotted headstock, single resonator, bound ebony fingerboard with MOP dot inlays, 1 3/4 at nut, with factory Hot Plate pickup, super sounding new National, amazing warm rich baritone tone with a resonator twist, comes with new hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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1928 National Tricone Style 2 1/2

$2,995
Unearthed from the Hills of North Carolina comes this 1928 Tricone Resonator. Style 2 1/2 with Wild Rose engravings on top, back, sides, and cover plate. The guitar displays play wear with some small dings. We have decided not to clean the body but instead leave it with its natural patina allowing the next owner to have the choice. Added eye hook on the headstock so the guitar could be played...
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1932 National Duolian

$5,495
Once again, we’ve found a rare 1930s National Duolian with a great straight neck, original “crinkle” finish with just the right amount of age, all original parts, fabulous action and mega-tons of National tone. Not too easy these days as so many of them have been abused beyond real usefulness, but this one plays just tops and sounds beyond the top. Got all the right stuff too, including,...
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2011 National Koa Resonator

$1,795
About the coolest ukulele of any kind we’ve seen here in quite a while. From the current National Company, who makes by far the best resonator instruments of anyone, ever. With its all-flamed koa body, solid mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, tortoise-type peghead veneer and wonderful all-aluminum resonator, this thing just can’t be beat. One minor finish blem, on the heel of the neck only and...
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1964 National National 85 Bass Perfect

$1,699
Very rare when this clean and original is this 1964 National 85 model National electric bass serial number G31787 in beautiful Ermine White Res-o-glas with a body shaped like a map of the United States (upper treble bout corresponds to Florida). Super clean all original example with a perfectly straight neck, no modifications or repairs. Two pickup model with a standard single coil in the neck...
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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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