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2014 National Style 0 - 12 Fret

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The venerable 12 fret National Style 0 – today’s version. The Style 0 has been making music and other noises by some of the most iconic musicians the world has seen and heard through the last 80+ years. And it’s still going strong. The modern Style 0, built in southern California by National Resophonic, marries everything that was amazing about the original Style 0s with everything that’s...
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1932 National Style 0

$4,250.00
(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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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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1929 National STYLE 1 SQUARENECK

$3,000.00
EC-, German silver body, lattice soundholes, square metal neck with slotted headstock, ivoroid-bound 19-fret ebony fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, T-bar bridge, three original 6'' cones, triangular screened coverplate (one non-orignal screw), stamped tailpiece, original National 3-on-a-plate tuners with ivoroid plastic buttons, National logo on peghead, neck cord eyelet added to side of neck,...
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National Style O

$4,000.00
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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1936 National Style 1 Tricone

$5,500.00
Wonderful-sounding early National Style 1 Tricone resonator guitar, built circa 1936. There's a graft repair to the back of the neck (detailed in photos) that's certainly unconventional, but it's stable and doesn't need to be addressed at all. Tonally, this guitar has that lovely, open dryness, with much more air in the sound that we're used to hearing from a National. A terrific fingerpicking...
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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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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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1934 National Style O

$3,950.00
A very nice sounding Great Depression Era guitar with a nickel body that has a sand blasted Hawaiian scenery on the back and top. It has a dyed maple fingerboard and bound neck, and is a 12-fret. There is some slight relief to the neck, but it plays and sounds very nice and would do well with either fingerstyle or as a bottle neck guitar. Scale length: 25" Nut width: 1 25/32"
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1939 National Style 1 Tricone

$5,500.00
Wonderful-sounding early National Style 1 Tricone resonator guitar, built circa 1936. There's a graft repair to the back of the neck (detailed in photos) that's certainly unconventional, but it's stable and doesn't need to be addressed at all. Tonally, this guitar has that lovely, open dryness, with much more air in the sound that we're used to hearing from a National. A terrific fingerpicking...
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1932 National Style 1

$1,495.00
1932 National Style 1 Resonator Mandolin EXC- Plain and simple and in really nice condition with a fresh re-fret and setup and new cone and biscuit. It sounds great. Both top and back are nice and clean with no breaks or dents or separations or the like. Plain headstock and 40's period tuning pegs with new buttons. Some soldering has been done on the original tailpiece. It all works just...
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1930 National Style O

$3,499.00
All Original and KILLER SOUND previously owned by Cyril Lance ...Check out his new CD ''Live from the Outskirts'' on Dog Talk Music ...highly recomended !!
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2009 National Replicon

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New, Style 0, aged finish on traditional palm tree motif, 12 frets to the body, this is a great guitar, $3500 list
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National Style 1.5

$2,995.00
This is one of 43 guitars from Steve Miller's collection. This also includes a photo of Steve with the guitar. Contact Dan Aronie at 408-377-5864 or email danshowcse@gmail.com or cdaronie@aol.com.
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2006 National Style 1.5 Tricone

$2,499.00
November 2006 National Style 1.5 Tricone. 3 6" cones. Brass body. Mahogany neck. Ebony fretboard. Slotted headstock. 1 1/16" nut width. 16" radius. 9lbs-11oz 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 days. We...
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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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1931 National Style Os

$2,995.00
Two "palm tree" Nationals. Take your pick, both play great. needs no neck sets. Call for in hand description.
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1928 National Style 2 1/2 Tricone

$4,799.00
1928 National Style 2 1/2 tri-cone square neck in excellent condition. This is all original except one rebuttoned tuner. This early style 2 1/12 features roses engraved on the front, back,sides and cover plate of the German Silver nickel plated body. Full reverberant tone with more volume than many tri-cones we have heard. The original case is also in great shape and included.
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1932 National Style 1

$6,995.00
Year: 1932 Finish: Original Tuners: Original Case: Original Hard Case Comments: Beautiful '32 Style 1. This resonator has unforgettable tone. The lows, mids and treble all work together in a complex yet 3-dimensional way to produce awesome sounds. Neck has a great feeling profile and plays excellent. Very good example of a gracefully aged Tri-cone.
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2014 National Style O Lightning Bolt

$2,890.00
NEW, Style O Lightning Bolt, NEW, 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 Lightning Bolt. The maple neck is finished in a traditional sunburst. An ivoroid bound ebony fretboard and vintage-style engraved tuners complete the...
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2014 National Style "O"

$2,820.00
NEW National Style O. 14 fret. Brass body. Figured maple neck. Ebony fretboard. Bone nut. rosewood headstock overlay. 25" scale. 9.5" handspun resonator. 1.825" nut width. Comes with ohsc. 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...
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1934 National Style O

$3,295.00
Year: 1934 Finish: Original Tuners: Original Case: Hard bag Comments: Super cool and great sounding square-neck resonator. Sweet Hawaiian etching. Has Hot Plate pickup. Original cover plate included.
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2013 National Style O Replicon

$3,915.00

Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
Each Replicon begins its life as a Style O.  The instrument then goes through a distress and aging process.  The entire instrument is pre-aged and worn individually by hand for the same authentic look and feel of it's vintage 1930's counterpart, resulting in an instrument that looks and feels like it's been played for 75+ years. || Headstock Style:...
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1929 National Style 2 Tricone Roundneck

$11,000.00
Retrofret Stock # 5255. National Style 2 Tricone Roundneck Model Resophonic Guitar (1929), made in Los Angeles, serial # 0940, nickel plated finish, German silver body, mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. One of the most original and distinctive guitar designs ever, the National Tricone "Silver Guitar" is widely considered the finest acoustic instrument ever...
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1930 National Style 2 Tricone

$8,495.00
round neck, excellent player, one very small dent on the bass side lower bout. All original and setup to play, original hardcase is in bad shape, can ship with that or a modern (new) hardcase, your pick
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~1930 National Style O

$4,000.00
#350 Very early 12 fret steel-bodied Style O, quite rare and sounds better in my opinion than regular Style O's. Has bluesier sound of Duolians. Steel does not take a high shine so the etchung is more muted but the condition is fine and the neck is gorgeous maple. Slotted headstock and 12 frets to the body. Highly collectable. Just had an expert neck set.
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~1940 National STYLE O MANDOLIN

$3,050.00
Described in Brosman's book on page 278 as #0 late period reso mandolin, Loud, rare 40's palm trees on the side. Some faded areas on back, but otherwise in remarkable condition. Even has Rose engraving on crosspiece that protects the bisquit. Supercool tan tolex original case in great condition. Plays and sound's great. Very loud.
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