From our Tri-Cone model range, here is a nickel & chrome plate, solid brass body guitar with stunning good looks to match its incredible sound. Tri-cone resonators have a different sound to their single cone cousins as the lower of the three cones works slightly out of phase with the upper two, giving an almost chorus effect; and the brass body produces a warmer more bell like tone compared to steel body resonators.The attention to detail in the build and specification sets this instrument apart from others of a similar price; such  the precision spun resonator cones;  the hand finished maple string saddle; the round back neck with  fully bound rosewood fretboard and vintage style slotted headstock and 14 frets to the body. Lastly, we set up the guitar with 16-56 gauge phosphor bronze resonator strings. The result is an instrument with superior and authentic tone and playability; and with its 46mm wide string nut and a string action height of 3mm (+/- 0.25mm) at the 12th fret, this guitar will delight finger pickers and slide players alike.


Triple plated brass body - mahogany neck - bound rosewood fretboard - vintage style slotted headstock precision spun aluminium resonator cones - handmade maple string saddle - precision 18:1 gear ratio tuning machines - 16-56 gauge phosphor bronze resonator strings - Oxford Nylon covered, plush lined hard shell case included


Overall length: 102cm(40")

Body Dimensions

Length: 51cm(20") Width: Lower bout: 37cm(4.5") Upper bout: 26cm(10.25") Depth: 9cm(3.6")

Playing Dimensions

Frets: 19(14 to the body) Scale length: 650mm(25.5") Action: 3mm @ 12th fret Nut: 46mm(E to E 38mm)

Weight: 4.3kg (9.5lb)

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Tricone Resonator Guitar
  • Nickel Chrome
  • 2021

Icarus Guitars

Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Joined Reverb:2021

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