Resophonic Guitars

Guitars built with steel, brass, and wood are just plain cool. There is no sound on earth like a good resophonic guitar being played with a bottleneck slide. Brands like National Guitars and Dobro are such an important part of blues sound and history. At Maple Leaf Music we do our best to keep a full line of these elusive creatures in stock. Our makers include Mule Resophonic Guitars and the Gretsch Roots Series.

 

With its mahogany “long-body” design and comfortable soft-”V” neck, this Gretsch G9200 Boxcar sounds and plays like a million bucks.
359.00 USD
Resonator Type: Spider
Resonator Neck: Round
Resonator Body Material: Mahogany
This Gretsch G9112 Resophonic Ukulele is nothing but fun. It is a fully functioning little reso right down to the rosewood bisquit and the spun aluminum cone; it's just strung to be a uke!
249.00 USD
When you play chunk rhythm, finger-style, bottleneck or anything else, the all-mahogany deluxe-appointed G9240 Alligator Biscuit Roundneck resonator guitar projects its distinctively swampy tones all the way to the back door of any dance hall.
399.00 USD
Resonator Type: Biscuit
Resonator Neck: Round
Resonator Body Material: Mahogany
The very sound and look of this fine Gretsch Honeydipper Roundneck Guitar will make you want to free yourself of the damning confines of your office and hop the next train to anywhere!
529.00 USD
Resonator Type: Biscuit
Resonator Neck: Round
Resonator Body Material: Steel
Until we met this fantastic RM-1 from National, we never knew how good a resonator mandolin could be. The tone is as loud as some tenor banjos and would definitely fit in at an Irish or old-time session where most mandolins get swallowed!
1,400.00 USD
Resonator Type: Biscuit
Resonator Neck: Round
Resonator Body Material: Figured Maple, Walnut
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