For sale is a National Tricone Square Neck Style 1 1927-1928 w/ Hard Case in Fair Condition.

These are very hard to come by and becoming more and more collectable!

Structurally this Tricone is very solid!

As seen in the photos, this most likely was made for a "Bob E. True" as it is factory engraved on one of the sides.

Cosmetic wear can be seen (engravings in the wood, dents, dings and scratched in names on the resonator).

The saddle needs some work as a couple of the strings are not making contact currently. Also the three speaker cones need to be replaced because they are causing buzzing. These are both fairly simple to do and shouldn't cost a whole lot extra. Shouldn't be too big of a project for someone who knows what they're doing.

These square neck resonators were made to be played as slide, thus why the action is where it's at.

Sold as pictured/described.


Internal Use (Bin) - Q4

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • Style 1 Square Neck
Categories
Year
  • 1927-1928
Made In
  • United States
Pickup
  • None
String Type
  • Steel
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Back Material
  • Brass
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Top Material
  • Brass
Sides Material
  • Brass
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony
Body Shape
  • Auditorium
Color Family
  • Natural
Active Preamp
  • No
Number of Frets
  • 22

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Copper Chord Music

Huntington, IN, United States
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