Thanks to Chet Atkins this cool Dinamico model still enjoys some notoriety - he used a Dinâmico quite frequently on recordings and during live shows after being given one by Brazilian duo Los Indios Tabajaras. Made at some point in the early 70's by the Sao Paulo-based firm, founded in 1902, the guitar is a wood-bodied resonator with a single cone doing the work of amplifying the guitar’s acoustic tone although there’s also a single coil magnetic pickup at the neck of this example for a perfect amplified sound. Its made w/a ton of laminated Imbuia & has wonderful fit & finish. It features a biscuit-style bridge, in which the saddle is fixed in a small biscuit-shaped disc of wood that is in contact with the amplifying cone, while the scale length is a slightly off-Fender 25.4 inches, with a zero fret taking the place of a conventional nut at the headstock end of the neck. While manufacturing standards at Del Vecchio were patchy at times, its resonators nonetheless have plenty of sonic character and, well, they were good enough for Chet, right ? She's exceptionally clean & comes in a nice brown hard case.
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