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When asked what his three favourite items were in the store, our manager Brennan gave this guitar one of his four slots, because he figured we had too much awesomeness to fit into just three slots.
All-solid mahogany, mint-condition. If new $749. No case included.
From Gold Tone's website : The Weissenborn Hawaiian steel, a platypus among guitars to the uninitiated, is an instrument brilliantly and specifically conceived for Hawaiian playing. These hollow-neck Hawaiians are enjoying a renaissance with players nearly 60 years after the last one was made. They might have languished in obscurity if not for Lindley (the king of oddball instruments and a Dobro lover–really), Ry Cooder, John Fahey, Steve Fishell, and singer-songwriter Ben Harper. They have also been added to the arsenals of Dobro and steel players like Mike Auldridge, Bob Brozman, Cindy Cashdollar, Jerry Douglas, John Ely, Greg Leisz, and Sally Van Meter. Many session pros now routinely carry along a Weissenborn for steel or Dobro calls. “Whenever you take one of these things into the studio, people always say, ‘Wow! What an amazing instrument!” says Greg Leisz. ”Engineers flip out every time.”
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