National guitars have become the go to resonator for blues slide playing for almost a century. The first steel body National Resonator was introduced in 1929, and their modern counterparts encompass all the build quality a tone of those original guitars. This 2016 National Triolian packs a typically blues punch, featuring a polychrome steel body finished in a vintage style sunburst, with a biscuit style bridge and hand spun National cone. The neck has a 12 fret join with the body and also features a vintage style slotted peg head.
This guitar is in very good condition, showing only minor wear to the finish on the top of the instrument. It also includes its original case.