• Stagg Resonator


    Stagg Resonator

    This is a great round neck resonator guitar from our friends at Stagg.  It plays and sounds great and won't break the bank! Product Features Nickel‑plated Steel Cover Plate Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides Natural Gloss Finsh

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  • Dorado Resonator Guitar 1971


    Dorado Resonator Guitar 1971

    Here we have a 1971 Dorado roundneck resonator guitar.  It is in fantastic shape and plays and sounds just as good.  Thanks for looking and contact us with any questions!

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  • Recording KIng RR-60-VS

    Recording King

    Recording KIng RR-60-VS

    The Recording King Professional Resonator is crafted entirely from mahogany with a parallelogram soundwell and 12th fret neck joint. The hand-spun Continental Cone provides true resonator tone, rivaling anything currently available. The bone nut and the...

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  • Wechter Scheerhorn "Rob Ickes"


    Wechter Scheerhorn "Rob Ickes"

    Designed in collaboration with Rob Ickes, squareneck resonator guitar with large modified D profile body with Adirondack spruce top with tortoise pickguard, mahogany neck with MOP dot inlaid & ivoroid bound ebony fretboard, ivoroid top binding with...

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  • Dobro DW90C Trans Black


    Dobro DW90C Trans Black

    The DW90C wood body Dobro guitar is a cutaway version of the DW90, for easier playing up the neck. A spider bridge and 10 1/2" resonator cone recreate the sounds of the 1930's.  A previous owner wrote "Love you Mary Jane" on the back.  She must...

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  • Tennessee Square Neck Resonator Guitar (Prototype)

    Tennessee Square Neck Resonator Guitar (Prototype)

    Proto-type 1974 Tennessee Brand square-neck resonator guitar built by Tut Taylor documented by Tut's son Mark Taylor, this was the first spruce top reso guitar they built in the old Grammer Guitar factory they took over after Grammer went out of...

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