Reso guitars have eaten my flattops.

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Re: Reso guitars have eaten my flattops.

Postby leftyguitarman » Thu Aug 23, 2012 4:07 am

If it's not getting played, it might as well move on to someone else who will play it. That's a good way of thinking about it, IMO. But I wouldn't sell it for cheap just to get it gone. Larrivees hold their value pretty well because those of us "in the know" know how stellar they are.
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Re: Reso guitars have eaten my flattops.

Postby Lo-Fi » Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:47 am

Can't say I have. Not that I don't love my National Duolian but it just don't pull me away from my 1946/1947 Gibson LG-2 or 1930s Kay Kraft (which remains the most wicked slide guitar I have ever played).
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Re: Reso guitars have eaten my flattops.

Postby Dee » Sun Aug 26, 2012 4:57 pm

Well, I just got into resos and have only one, which is setup for slide.
So I usually play my wooden Baton Rouge in standard tuning, if it hasn't to be slide.
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Re: Reso guitars have eaten my flattops.

Postby jamesfarrell » Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:55 pm

I have 6 Nationals, counting the baritone resolectric being built now. I play heavy metal on the ones that have pickups :mrgreen:
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