This National Reso-Phonic El Trovador is a single cone guitar patterned after the famous El Trovador that was made only in 1932 and 1933. The body is constructed entirely of mahogany - front, back and sides. The body is artistically bound with multiple layer binding and the mahogany neck features an ebony finger board bound in ivoroid. The headstock has a rosewood overlay. the body is 4" deep and the scale length of the neck is 25 21/32". * 1 3/4" wide bone nut * ebony fingerboard bound with grained ivoroid * adjustable truss rod * slotted peg head * 25 21/32" scale length * mahogany neck with large soft-V profile * mother-of-pearl position markers * laminate mahogany construction * grained ivoroid body binding * 12 fret neck-to-body joint * 14 1/2" lower bout dimension * 4" deep sides * National biscuit & cone assembly.
Make: National Reso-Phonic
Model: El Trovador 12 Fret
Top Wood: Mahogany
Nut Width: 1.75"
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