1933 National Style 0 Guitar
(Serial No. S4501) Blues approved! Excellent condition cosmetically, excellent condition soundwise. Has the cool Hawaiian scenes etched or sandblasted into the body. Chrome-plated all-brass 12 fret body, rolled f holes, and the original maple neck with slotted peghead. Has original plating, tuners, and tailpiece. Cone and biscuit are modern National replacements. Condition of the plating and etched Hawaiian scenes is about 90% or so, and all of the body seams are intact and unmolested, a rarity right there. It does have one side dent on the lower treble side and three small additional screw holes in the top, probably for a pickguard and a long gone pickup. The fretboard is in good condition with some wear in the upper frets. The front of the peghead has the National decal and the serial number stamp is on the end of the body. No repairs evident. Neck is straight, neck and fingerboard have some wear, neck set is good. The guitar has the sound you are looking for in a metal body. Comes with a newer hardshell case.

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