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Royall DLT12/DSB wooden body tricone resonator DELTA

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Ibbenbueren, Germany
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Royall DLT12/DSB

wooden body tricone resonator DELTA, 12 frets, dark sunburst finish, with softcase

The tricone system in a wooden body gives you the complexity in tone from the three 6” cones which is combined with the earthier tone of the wooden body. The wooden, dark sunburst looks support the darker, woodier tone. Playability is, as always spot on. The luthiers that set up these instruments actually play resonator guitar. In the Royall workshop, the resonators are handspun to suit these instruments. Since this is the heart of the sound, the Royall handspun resonator cones make a huge difference. The best quality available! A lightweight soft case is included.

Specifications

body shape 12 fret
cone design tricone T-bridge
cone specifications three hand spun 6” aluminium cones
scale length 648MM
body length 508MM
nut width 46 mm ( 1 13/16”)
lower bout width 362MM
upper bout width 260MM
body thickness 76MM
body material mahogany
body finishing satin sunburst
neck material mahogany
fingerboard material blackwood technical wood
fingerboard binding ivoroid
bridge material tricone aluminium
saddle material maple
neck finish satin
trussrod active two-way
top position dots 5MM white dots
side position dots 2MM black dots
frets 18% nickel silver
nut material bone
machine head vintage style
strings 013-056
pickguard no
strap button chrome
case lightweight foam case

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