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Fender Champion serial number 4222 made in early 1950's, Fullerton California USA Lap Steel Guitar in nice co

Fender Champion serial number 4222 made in early 1950's, Fullerton California USA Lap Steel Guitar in nice co


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Resonator guitars all have a metal resonator cone or cones supporting the bridge which give the distinctive sound. The original tricone has three cones; the biscuit cone type, concave from the front has the saddle held in a wooden "biscuit"; the spider cone type has a cone convex from the front and a spider bridge straddling the cone. Each type has a quite different sound. They may have either metal or wooden bodies. The Triolian is a metal bodied example of the single cone buscuit design. A Dob ...read the full article
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Round neck Resonator Guitars are usually played in the same wasy as an normal acoustic in an open D or G tuning. Square neck models are usually played with a steel and held horizontally on the lap or in front of the standing player with a strap. Lap steel style players generally refer to the instrument as a Dobro. We can't as it is a registered trade mark!

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