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National Reso-Phonic Instruments: The Complete Catalogue
The Complete Catalogue of National Reso-Phoinc Instruments
National Reso-Phonic's Instrument Catalogue includes 2 CDs and offers detailed information about all of National's beautiful guitars, ukuleles, and mandolins.
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For National enthusiasts, collectors, or those who are interested in purchasing an original National Reso-Phoic instrument, the Complete Catalogue is an indespensible tool and collector's item.

The package itself is a departure from National's usual paper catalogue. Instead of a booklet, there are individual cards for a variety of National's instruments. Each features a brief description, history, and specifications of individual models on one side, and a beautifully illustrated image of the instrument on the other, much like the trading cards of yore. The package also contains two CDs: (1) the "Audio Catalogue" featuring Bob Brozman comparing and contrasting an assortment of National stringed instruments, and (2) "Artists in Resonance, Vol. II" that features 23 different musicians playing a variety of tunes on their National Reso-Phonic instruments (guitars, mandolins, and ukuleles).

National Reso-Phonic Instruments are available through Bob Brozman Music. We offer custom set-up and cometitive pricing. For more information, please email us.

Related Links:

Bob's book:
"The History and Artistry of National Resonator Instruments"
Bob's guide to Nationals:
"National Resonator Guitars - An American Tradition"
All Instruments at
Bob Brozman's Tips and Advice for Guitarists