National Triolian

1930

on hold

An excellent steel body Triolian which has just been setuo by Mike Lewis. The guitar is really a pleasure to play either with the bottleneck or with the fingers. The sound is typical of the 12 fret steel body, a nice reverb and bass a little more present than on the 14 frets. The paint is in good condition with of course some tears but it is rather rare to find them in such good condition. It was fitted with an amplification system which has since been removed. The tint of the fingerboard, since it is a tinted fruit tree, and not ebony, is a little faded on the first chords positions but without really digging into the wood, except in front of the B string in the first fret, classic. In modern hard case.

sold

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