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Definition: Small frame drum, usually with a skin and metal jingles around the rim. probably of middle eastern origin, similar to the Dafe. known in Europe since at least the 18th century.
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Blue Moon BG-50 Hawaiian Style Guitar, Black Black finish. Small table or lap top electric guitar

Blue Moon BG-50 Hawaiian Style Guitar, Black


Black finish. Small table or lap top electric guitar

Item ID: GR55001K   Model No: BG-50E   
    Product Features
  • Single coil pickup with tone and volume controls
  • You can play it on a table or on your lap
  • Play it with a steel slide or bottleneck
    Product Specifications
  • With Pickup
  • Made in: China
  • Model Number: BG-50E
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Resonator Guitar Information


Resonator guitars all have a metal resonator cone or cones supporting the bridge which give the distinctive sound. The original tricone has three cones; the biscuit cone type, concave from the front has the saddle held in a wooden "biscuit"; the spider cone type has a cone convex from the front and a spider bridge straddling the cone. Each type has a quite different sound. They may have either metal or wooden bodies. The Triolian is a metal bodied example of the single cone buscuit design. A Dob ...read the full article
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Advice on Choosing Resonator & Slide Guitars


Round neck Resonator Guitars are usually played in the same wasy as an normal acoustic in an open D or G tuning. Square neck models are usually played with a steel and held horizontally on the lap or in front of the standing player with a strap. Lap steel style players generally refer to the instrument as a Dobro. We can't as it is a registered trade mark!

Other related instruments which are also used with a slide in open tunings include Hawaiian Guitar and Lap Steel. Both are solid body ...read the full article
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