National ResoPhonic Style O 14 Fret Etched Hawaiian Scene ID-7563

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National ResoPhonic Style O 14 Fret Etched Hawaiian Scene

Due, in part, to Mark Knopfler's use of the instrument on many Dire Straits records; this is the one most people imagine when they think of the famed National namesake. This National ResoPhonic Style 0 could be just what your collection has been missing.

National's reproduction Style O 14 Fret meets the demands of players needing easier access to the higher frets. Based on the original 1937 model, the hard rock maple neck clears 14 frets to the body.

The brass body is made of thin gauge material polished to a mirror-like shine, nickel plated and etched with the traditional Hawaiian scene. The chicken-foot coverplate, formed back, and inlaid rosewood peghead complete the authentic look of this guitar.

Like playing a vintage radio, or the feeling of a good vinyl record, the classic sound of all National guitars come from the iconic AlNiCo National cones. Hand-spun, these cones are vital to making any resonator sound like a classic.

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Learn more about the rich and interesting history of National Reso-Phonic Guitars.

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