National Style O

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Our flagship model, the Style O recreates the look and feel of the original 1930’s single resonator guitars. This brass bodied instrument is polished to a mirror-like shine, nickel plated, and finally etched with the distinctive Hawaiian palm tree design. The maple neck is finished in a traditional sunburst. An ivoroid bound ebony fretboard and vintage-style engraved tuners complete the look of this timeless classic.

National Resolectric

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Our Resolectric has gone through a few changes in its 19 years of production. The current model uses an audiophile-quality Highlander preamp to mix both the magnetic and piezoelectric pickups. A Jason Lollar P-90 pickup sits in the neck position, and a Highlander piezo transducer is fitted under the saddle. The output of each pickup is controlled by independent volume knobs, with a master volume knob to control the instrument’s overall output level. A 3-way toggle switch selects which pickups are active. The solid mahogany body is capped with a figured maple top bound in ivoroid. The figured maple neck clears 14 frets to the body, highlighted with a diamond inlaid, rosewood fretboard.

Hot Rod Deluxe™

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The Hot Rod Deluxe™ amp has become the world’s best-selling tube amp. From its introduction on through to today, countless guitarists have chosen it as their go-to amp, and it has proven equally popular among rock, country, punk, pop, blues and jazz players. The Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Enclosure features a 12” Celestion® G12P-80 speaker for all-around use with a variety of combo amps. It fits neatly under the Hot Rod Deluxe and Blues Deluxe combos, adding bass response and thump, apparent volume and stage coverage. Rated at 80 watts RMS at 8 ohms. Speaker cable and fitted cover included.

Foot stomp Little Monster

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Little Monster: Toe tapper
“There are a lot of stompboxes out there and none have impressed me until now. All I can say is “WOW”. It has taken my solo gigs to another level. Thanks Peter and keep up the great work that you’re doing. Australian made all the way.”
Craig Morrison – Australia
The sound: Same great monster tone as its larger siblings.
The tone bar: Not only focuses the sound, but directs the impact downward thus greatly reducing unwanted slippage.
The versions: Little Monster: Bamboo body with salvaged timber tone bar.

Hi-Hat Ludwig with Yahama cymbals

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A new, highly-advanced approach to playing stability has arrived. The Atlas Pro Hi-Hat’s state-of-the art features allow it to perform with rock-solid reliance, eliminating annoying movement that interferes with precise play.

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