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NATIONAL TENOR GUITARS
If you have any enquiries about the guitars below or would like to purchase any, please email Steve using the icon at the end of the description of each guitar.

Pear-shaped German silver Tricone Resonator Tenor Guitars - Styles #1, #2 and #3 - Style #1 had no engraving, Style #2 had the 'Wild Roses' engraving and Style #3 had the 'Lily of the Valley' engraving.
1928 Style #1 with no engraving on the body - a beautiful example of this model in excellent condition which has had its neck professionally re-set. Click each photo for a larger view.

Guitar-shaped German silver Single Coned Resonator Tenor Guitars (produced in Styles #1, #2 and #3)
1930s Style #2
- with the beautiful 'Wild Roses' engraving - an excellent example of this rare model - mint condition - and the neck has been professionally checked and does not need re-setting. Click each photo for a larger view.   [top]

1937 Style #3 - with the beautiful 'Lily of the Valley' engraving - an excellent example of this rare model - mint condition - and the neck has been professionally checked and does not need re-setting. Click each photo for a larger view.   [top]

Guitar-shaped Triolian Steel metal bodied Single Cone Resonator Tenor Guitars - this model was produced in two different ducos - walnut sunburst finish or polychrome tan-yellow finish.
1930s Walnut burst duco with some pick wear on the duco but generally the guitar is in very good condition - the neck has been professionally checked and does not need re-setting. Click each photo for a larger view.   [top]


Wood-bodied Single Coned Resonator Tenor Guitars (models - Rosita, El Trovador, Trojan, Estralita, Havana, Aragon de Luxe)
1930s Rosita with the lyre-shaped holes in the upper body - apparently a rare tenor version of this model that I have not seen elsewhere but I have seen it listed in National advertising material, a copy of which will be provided with the instrument - excellent condition - the neck has been professionally re-set . Click each photo for a larger view.  [top]