Designed in conjunction with acclaimed Nashville musician, Richie Owens, the Washburn R60BCE resonator guitars has unique features that sets it apart from the majority of resonator guitars, like a round neck, acoustic/electric resonator guitar with a venetian cutaway for easy upper fret access. >More
Epiphone presents new Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metalbody guitar with an easy to play Round Neck. The Dobro Hound Dog M-14 resonator guitar features the renowned style and sound of an American original that's been dazzling and inspiring musicians since the late 1920s. >More
The miracle of volume! When you play chunk rhythm, finger-style, bottleneck or anything else, the all-mahogany deluxe-appointed Gretsch G9240 Alligator Biscuit Roundneck resonator guitar projects its distinctively swampy tones all the way to the back door of any dance hall. >More
This Dean RESC Chrome resonator comes equipped with a rosewood fretboard, mahogany neck, biscuit bridge, and a great looking engraved body. It features a chrome steel top, back and sides with grover tuners. 24-3/4" Scale & 1-11/16" Nut. >More
Add some color to your sound with the limited-release G9202 Honey Dipper Special. This round-neck resonator guitar has all the same features as the wildly popular G9201 Honey Dipper, with the additions of aged white fingerboard binding, screened headstock graphic and a weathered "Bell Bronze" finish. >More
The Dobro resonator guitar has been an American classic since its arrival in the early 1920's the Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar ups the ante with modern appointments. The wood resonator or resophonic style guitar became a national phenomenon thanks to Dobro pioneer Bashful Brother Oswald, who became the instruments virtual ambassador, performing it weekly on the Grand Ole Opry for over 60 years. >More
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