Epiphones series of Resonator re-issues offer the modern player a faithful recreation of the original country classics from the 1920s. Equipped with a 12th-fret round neck and radiused fingerboard, the neck is perfect for slide-style guitarists, as well as traditional strumming and rhythm players. If you want to capture that real 'twang' of a western acoustic, check out the Dobro.
The Dobro Hound Dog is a beautiful piece of guitar history, which originally helped shape the sound of Bluegrass and Country music as far back as 1920.
Perhaps one of the most distinctive acoustic designs on the market, the Dobro's 10.5" nickel-plated cone delivers timeless resonator tone, enhanced by a laminated figured maple body. Down to the finer details, the Hound Dog employs an original spider style bridge which helps project the natural string feel and tone.
The Dobro Hound Dog resonator guitar has been an American classic since its arrival in the early 1920's. The wood resonator or resophonic style guitar became a national phenomenon thanks to Dobro pioneer Bashful Brother Oswald, who became the instrument's virtual ambassador, performing it weekly on the Grand Ole Opry for over 60 years.
- Body Shape Resonator
- Body Style No Cutaway
- Colour Vintage Brown
- Finish Satin
- Top Wood Laminated Maple
- Back & Sides Wood Laminated Maple
- Neck Wood Mahogany
- Neck Shape Round
- Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 12" Radius
- Fingerboard Inlay White Dots
- Number of Frets 19
- Scale Length 25"
- Tuning Machines Grover Tuners
- Bridge Material Spider with Ebony-capped Maple Base
- Nut Width 1.75"
- Strings (.016-.056)
- Manufacturer Part Number DWHoundRN
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