The Duolian Resonator guitar was a favorite with blues legends such as Son House, Bukka White and Tampa Red when it first
appeared in 1931. In the days before electric amplification blues musicians were looking for an instrument that could
produce the volume they needed while still maintaining the tone they required. The Duolian was the answer. With it's sharp attack and rapid decay...so characteristic of the Duolian sound...instantly cut through the ambient clatter of the local honky tonk or the smokey clubs of the "South side of Chicago blues scene.
Duolian-style steel body
Beautiful gun-metal grey finish for that traditional look and style