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Dobro Roundneck Model 66 (1974)

Top Wood: Sandblasted Laminate
Back Wood: Sandblasted Laminate
Sides Wood: Sunburst Laminate
Neck Wood: Maple
Neck Width at Nut: 1-13/16" 
Body Binding: Cream
Fingerboard Wood: Rosewood
Tailpiece: Original Tailpiece
Tuners: Original Tuners
Scale Length: 24.5"
Cone: Paul Beard Cone
Electronics: Fishman Pickup with Jerry Douglas Fishman Aura Imaging Pedal 
Case: Non-Original Hardshell Case
Resophonic guitars came about in the late 1920s to help guitars players get the necessary volume to compete and be heard in a big band setting. Since that time the sound of resophonic guitars can be heard in a vast array of music ranging from Hawaiian music, blues, bluegrass, rock, and many other styles.

This Dobro Roundneck Model 66 Resonator Guitar from the Dobro Guitar Company is one loud and resonate machine packed full of character. Artfully sandblasted designs are etched into the laminated top and back to create one of our most unique looking guitars. Add in over 40 years of play time and relicing and you have a guitar packed with character.

Overall the instrument is in good condition for a piece of its age. Most of the hardware is original including the tailpiece, tuners, and coverplate. The cone has been replaced with a Paul Beard Cone and electronics have been preinstalled in the form of a Fishman Resophonic Pickup.

Also included is a Jerry Douglas Fishman Aura Imaging Pedal (a $ 300 value!) and a non-original hardshell case.

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