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1950 National 1100 California

$995
1950 National 1100 California. This is a cool old large-bodied archtop! 17 1/4″ lower bout, laminated Spruce top with laminated Maple back and sides. This one is all original except for a replaced compensated bridge. Missing headstock logo and tuner buttons are original but have shrunk and cracked a bit due to age and may need replacing down the line. Otherwise in fine condition. The nice and...
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National RM-1 Walnut

$1,895
National RM-1 Walnut resonator mandolin in excellent condition with original hardshell case. This is one loud mando!
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1962 National Glenwood 95

$3,495
A beautiful famed Map Shaped Res-O-Glass guitar. Dual Pickups, Gumby Headstock with National Logo, Factory Grover Tuners, and Rosewood bridge. The guitar has comfortable rounded C profile neck and sounds amazing. Newer tailpiece and missing switch tip, otherwise an original guitar. The guitar has a straight playable neck. Included is the original hardshell case. Go to www.nationwideuitars.com...
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1928 National STYLE 2 TRICONE

$3,250
German silver body with engraved wild rose pattern on top, back and sides, lattice soundholes, square neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, T-bar bridge, 3 resonator cones, screened diamond shaped soundholes in coverplate, stamped tailpiece, slotted headstock features shield logo, 3-on-a-plate tuners, Schatten pickup installed, 25'' scale, newer HSC, VG-EC (headstock was reset some...
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1937 National Duolian

$2,500
super clean, squareneck, sounds great, the neck is as clean as the body
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2009 National STYLE 1 MODEL T1 BARITONE

$2,500
Nickel plated brass body, lattice soundholes, 13 fret round mahogany neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, 19 frets, T-bar bridge, three resonator cones, screened diamond shaped screenholes in nickel coverplate, stamped tailpiece, slotted headstock features shield logo badge, 3-on-a-plate tuners, BIG powerful sound, 1-7/8'' nut, 27-3/8'' scale, with OHSC, EC, consignment (SN:183 14974) Item...
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1929 National Triolian

$3,995
Serial # 1667. We hope you'll be as excited as we were upon casting our eyes on this guitar for the first time. Everyone knows vintage Nationals are cool, but you’ll likely never see another like this one. The first single cone Nationals to enter production were the wood bodied Triolians introduced in 1928. The model would remain a wood-bodied instrument for just a little more than a year...
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1998 National Tricone

$2,399
1998 National Tricone in near mint condition. Near new and works perfectly. Has a very cool deep blue matte finish. Has a nice full sound that works well for slide or Spanish playing. Original case and paperwork included.
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1929 National Style 1 Tenor

$2,199
1929 National Style 1 tenor guitar in excellent condition. All original except for the tuners which are period correct replacements. Neck is nice and straight and the action is comfortable all over. Original case in very good condition.
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1932 National Triolian

$4,299
1932 National Triolian in excellent condition. Walnut sunburst finish on a steel body. Maple neck with ebonized fingerboard. 100% original with no issues. We reset the neck and straightened it for optimal playability. It has the original cone and biscuit and original saddle at original height. The finish on the body is in excellent shape with a just a few small chips. The finish on the...
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National Style O

$2,499
Here is a newer National Style O. No issues and a sweet one.
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1933 National Triolian Square-Neck Resonator

$1,995
This vintage National Triolian Square Neck Resonator delivers big sound in a unique model that was discontinued in 1938. This resonator was made in 1933 or 1934 and is in Good condition, considering it is 80 years old. Built during somewhat of a transitional period for National, it features a lovely Walnut Sunburst on its durable Steel body, with a Round Basswood neck (instead of Maple, as from...
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1964 National GLENWOOD 95

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1964 NATIONAL GLENWOOD 95.FRP MAP SHAPE BODY.Bigsby B-5 ADD. Price 368,000JPY(For overseas customer/Besides Japan). Please See Our page  We can be shipped all over the world from Japan. Please feel free to contact us. Body: FRP Neck: Wood Fingerboard: Jacaranda Bridge: Original / BigsbyB-5 Add Machine Heads: Grover Fingerboard Inlay: Original Pick Guard: White Pick Up:...
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2015 National Style O German Silver

$3,400
National Reso-Phonic's flagship model, the 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 Hawaiian palm tree design. The maple neck is finished in a traditional sunburst. An ivoroid bound ebony fretboard and vintage-style engraved tuners...
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2013 National Style 1 Tricone

$2,999
Nickel-plated brass body, wow, an amazingly complex mixture of overtones; one strum and you will wonder where this tricone resonator has been all your life. This one in great shape with light playing wear only, a stunner, comes with the original hard case. $2999 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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2016 National Style O 14 Fret

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Solid brass body, 14 frets to the body, bound ebony fingerboard with dot inlays, beautiful Hawaiian motif etched on back of the body, single resonator, looks like an old one performs like a new one for the best of both worlds, comes with new hard case. $Call For Price. Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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2016 National M1 Tri-Cone w/Slim Line pickup

$3,199
Gorgeous!!! This beauty just arrived from the great folks at National Reso-Phonic Guitars. It is a wood bodied M1 Tri-cone with a vintage style floating Slim Line pick up in the neck position. We waited 14 months for this beauty. Specs are below. After years of research and development, National Reso-Phonic Guitars is proud to introduce to you our new wood-body M-1 Tricone! At nearly 3.3 lbs....
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2006 National Tricone Replicon

$2,400
All brass nickel plated aged body, triple resonators, new it lists for $4400.......$2400
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1952 National Cosmopolitan

$1,195
Very cool and funky little National Cosmopolitan. Killer blues machine! Plays surprisingly well and has a nice chunky neck. Could also make a super slide guitar. Still has old style screw on cable end. Very similar vibe to the old Harmony Stratotones. Includes original hardshell case!
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1952 National Triplex Chord Changer

$699
Here is a functional Triplex. Has had green felt installed on the bottom that will be an easy take off. We can remove it if wanted. No issues and sounds great just like all these Supro's and National's do.
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1963 National RESO-PHONIC MODEL 1133

$1,225
Single cutaway, grey pearloid covering, thin body, 10'' resonator plates on top and back, round neck, thick white plastic pickguard with Reso-Phonic graphics, Kluson tuners, newer cone and (bone) nut, 22'' scale, way cool, with OSSC, EC- (SN:G8027) Item ID 50U-2660
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1936 National Duolian

$6,500
14 fret, cleanest 14 fret Duo we've had in years, plays and sounds great, has the original strap (cord style) and headstock and decal are crisp and clean.
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1932 National Duolian

$6,500
super rare, National made a Duolian for Sears in the 1930's, they weren't cheap and it was the Depression, so not many were sold, this is the cleanest we've ever seen, collector grade, plays and sounds great, finish is Duco but greener than the color of the standard Nationals, the cover plate has only 5 sound-holes but they are much larger than the standard, rare guitar.
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~1950 National Dual 8 Pedal Steel

$895
1950’s National Dual 8! The Cadillac for lap steels w/ a beautiful designer center console of tone options and controls. Great shape and big tone! $895 w/ original hard shell case!
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~1950 National Lap Steel

$749
1950’s National 6 String Lap Steel! Multi colored fret markings w/ vintage wear and character. $749 w/ bag
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1956 National Debonaire

$825
This is a 1956 National (Serial # X60695) Debonaire Hollow Archtop Guitar. It is in overall very good condition, with some finish checking and a few "dings" in the finish (Detailed photos up soon). The "National" logo on the headstock was replaced, and the pickups were recently rewound by Tom Brantley in North Carolina. Guitar comes with a new molded HSC. The guitar is set up currently with...
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1955 National Glenwood

$2,800
This National Glenwood was made by Valco in the USA in 1955. This was National's top of the line electric, one step above the Town & Country which is similar but not as fancy. This example is in very nice, all original condition. It has been pro setup and needs nothing. It shows normal play wear, but no damage. It comes with the original brown hard case.
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2009 National El Trovador

$2,108.59
Built in 2009, this National Resophonic El Trovador features a mahogany laminate body with two F-holes and a single cone with a biscuit bridge. The neck is mahogany with a bound ebony fingerboard and a 25 21/32nd inch scale length and 1 3/4 inch nut width. It's in very good condition with only light fret wear. The lightly sunbursted finish is satin and has no significant damage or checking. ...
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1954 National Acoustic Electric

$1,850
Here is an interesting guitar. 1954 National acoustic electric dreadnaught guitar in excellent original condition. There is an original pickup built in the neck at the last fret with the tone and volume knobs mounted on the side of the body. I believe the bodies of these guitars were made by Gibson as the shape, purfling and the bracing look identical. The diamonds on the headstock appear to be...
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