If you are into your blues, or just want to stand out at open mic night, then the Epiphone Dobro Hound Dog Resonator does the job!
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Satisfy your inner Delta blues player with the gorgeous Epiphone Dobro Hound Dog Deluxe Resonator. With it's flamed-maple top and body, and Dobro cone, it's just great really...
There's a nice vintage inspiration when you pickup a resonator, and surely a blue one is best for the blues: The Recording King RM996
Resonators, basically, are just cool. To stand out on stage, or just for the love of it, the Gretsch Honey Dipper Resonator ticks the boxes
Whenever we have this guitar in stock, it's the talking point of our acoustic department. Photos will never do it justice, in the flesh this guitar looks incredible and is a total joy to hear.
Mahogany Top | Mahogany Back, Sides & Neck | 9.5" Hand-Spun Continental Cone | Nickel-Plated Bell Brass Coverplate | Hard Maple Biscuit Bridge | Open Gear Tuners
Nothing beats playing a bit of slide on a resonator and, luckily, we have just the thing for you: the Gretsch G9220 Bobtail resonator!
The darker RM998 resonator has a dozens of delicately patterned sound holes on its front to give a unique, rich and open tone... and to make it look really beautiful, obviously.
Nothing gives off that blues and bluegrass vibe more than a resonator guitar, if that's your thing here you go, the Recording King RM999-4; if it's not, try it you might be inspired...