CHECK THIS OUT. A simply astonishing used 1934 National Style 1 'Don' German...

by The Acoustic Centre October 15, 2015

CHECK THIS OUT. A simply astonishing used 1934 National Style 1 'Don' German Silver Resonator. Here is an incredible opportunity to own one of the rarest of all National guitars. At the time of production this was National's most expensive instrument and only approximately 150 were made. This guitar is numbered 114. Beautifully simple appointments and engraving make for an incredibly desirable aesthetic. A custom built neck from the legendary luthier Peers Crocker makes this a dream 'players' guitar with an excellent action for either fingerstyle or slide playing. Incredible. $8,350.

http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/used-national-1934-the-don-single-cone-resonator




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