New from National Resophonic, the National T-14N Cutaway Tricone Resophonic Guitar with Bright Nickel Finish! This model is based on the seminal T-1 Tricone design, dating back to the 1926 invention of the Resophonic guitar by John Dopyera and George Beauchamp, addressing guitarist’s need for ever increasing volumes.
Now, the National T-14N adds a cutaway to assist modern players who need more access to the upper registers.
The National T-14N Cutaway Tricone offers a 14 fret neck fitted to a cutaway body; all done in a “historical” fashion which keeps to the spirit of the early 1930s era but with easy playability along the entire fretboard. National’s workmanship is superb, and the T14’s tone is lush and harmonically complex. Notes sustain all day! This brass body, nickel plated gem is as good as it gets.
- Top - Steel.
- Back - Steel.
- Sides - Steel.
- Neck - Hard Rock Maple.
- Fingerboard - MOP Dots.
- Nut - Bone.
- Headstock - Peghead.
- Truss-Rod - Two-way adjustable.
- Headstock Veneer - Ebony.
- Tuners - National.
- Body Finish - Bright Nickel.
- Neck Finish - Satin polyester resin.
- Nut Width - 1.82 inches.
- 12th Fret Width - 2.3 inches.
- String Spacing E-E - 1.56 inches.
- Body Depth - 3.12 inches.
- Scale Length - 25-21/32 inches.
- Fingerboard Radius - 16 inches.
- Case - National Deluxe Hardshell.