Bourbon Street BSR-3C-C Resonator Guitar

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The Bourbon Street BSR-3C-C Resonator Guitar is a high-quality instrument crafted by Bourbon Street Resonators, a small boutique manufacturer specialising in resonator guitars. These guitars are renowned for their exceptional sound and craftsmanship. Made from nickel-plated Bell Brass, the resonators offer a distinctive and rich tone. Each Bourbon Street resonator comes equipped with pickups and includes a hard case bag.

The BSR-3C-C features a Bell Brass body with an antique copper finish, providing a vintage-inspired look. Its single-coil passive pickup is designed to capture the resonator's unique sound, and it includes volume and tone controls for easy tonal shaping.

The guitar incorporates antique geared tuners, ensuring precise and reliable tuning. It also includes a 2-way adjustable truss rod, allowing for optimal neck adjustments to suit individual preferences.

With a round mahogany neck and a Blackwood Tek fretboard, the BSR-3C-C offers a comfortable playing experience. It has 12 frets to the body, which provides a distinct feel and playing style.

The guitar features a maple saddle and an aluminium T-bridge, contributing to its resonant tone and excellent sustain. With a scale length of 25 1/2 inches (65.3 cm) and a fingerboard width of 1 13/16 inches (46mm) at the nut, the BSR-3C-C provides a comfortable playing experience suitable for various playing styles.

The Bourbon Street BSR-3C-C Resonator Guitar bridges the gap between entry-level and high-end resonators, offering exceptional quality and tone at a fraction of the price. Its attention to detail, high-quality materials, and excellent craftsmanship make it a fantastic choice for players seeking a resonator guitar with vintage aesthetics and outstanding sound performance.

Bell Brass Body with Antique Copper Finish.

Single Coil, Passive Pickup with Volume and Tone.

Antique geared tuners.
2-way adjustable truss rod.
Round mahogany neck.
Blackwood Tek fretboard.
12 frets to the body.
Maple saddle Aluminum T-Bridge.
25 1/2″  (65.3 cm)scale

Fingerboard width at Nut: 1 13/16″ (46mm)

Weight: 4.5Kgs

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Customers located in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Far North Queensland recieve free shipping on all accessory orders over $99, but will incur a flat rate instrument or large item shipping charge of $179 (or $299 for Express shipping).

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    david g.
    Australia Australia

    Tri cone bourbon street

    I recently purchased a copper brush finish bourbon street tri cone from the acoustic centre .The shipping was fast with no problems the guitar was unboxed mint . I pulled the face plate off and checked the intonation then put a decent set of strings on it and it played beautifully ive owned a couple nationals including a tricone I actually prefer the bourbon street its extremly well made and has a really nice tone the national tri was way overpriced in comparison ,would i recomend a bourbon street tricone yes if you want a well built good sounding instrument at a realistic price , the strings they ship with really dont do them justice so if you play one in the shop please remember that .

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