Very cool 1940 Del Oro parlor size resonator. Actually it's a half-resonator, as it has a cone and spider but no soundwell. Restored from firewood, but came out really nicely. Tight neck set and all seams and braces are tight/reglued. Stright neck and flat fretboard. A little mismatch of the back and sides at the bottom end. A couple cracks on back (one long), but both are solidly cleated. A couple tight cracks on treble side upper bout. Neck extension had broken off and is supported by a small piece of wood underneath. BTW, the missing fret in the pics is now replaced - forgot that when I took the pics. Plenty of finish wear, but painted floral design is strong. Newer cone, spider, and plate. No, they're not Beards! Plays (standard as well as steel) and intonates quite well. When you do a total resto you can get it right. Nice jangly metalic tone. Very cool mojo.
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