1988 Dobro DM33H ‘Hawaiian’ – £1699

Dec 18, 2020 | Alternative

1988 Dobro DM33H ‘Hawaiian’ – £1699

NEW ARRIVAL  There are few guitars that look more suited to play the blues than a Dobro resonator. The inverted resonator cone gives power and punch, and is perfect for players who focus on open tunings and slide. The beauty of the design is the increased sustain without sacrificing any volume. The brass body is polished to a mirror-like shine and chrome plated – the tone of brass is unmatched which is why it’s been used for decades. The Hawaiian etching makes this a very classy instrument, in excellent condition (very shiny and difficult to photograph), and plays and sounds just great. The guitar comes in it’s original deluxe hardcase. 

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