National ResoPhonic
Resonator mandolins

The legend and reputation of National ResoPhonic goes before them. Starting in the days before electric guitars, an object was volume, the tone has become the epitome of the blues sound to many.

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  1. National ResoPhonic RM1 Walnut - Antique Brass Parts

    National ResoPhonic RM1 Walnut - Antique Brass Parts

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    Great for blues and generally getting that wonderful resonator tone, National ResoPhonic mandolins are also fantastic for their unbelievable volume. I can still remember the first time I tuned one up and did my usual quick and hard three chord run to check tuning, my ears hurt. If you want to be heard in the pub in that noisy jam there is nothing better.

    The tone is nothing like those cheap n' nasty resonators you hear around and about, it is the true mandolin sound with the resonator feel.

    Back and sides walnut
    Tuners Gotoh Open Gear
    Nut Material Bone
    Fretboard Ebony
    Fretboard Binding Ivoroid
    Fretboard Markers Mother of Pearl
    Fretwire W-.053 H.031
    Resonator 9.5" Hand Spun
    Bridge Type Maple Biscuit
    Neck Material Maple
    Top Material Maple
    Lower Bout Width 11.5"
    Width at Nut 1.25"
    Scale Length 14"
    Hardshell Case




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