National 7-String New Yorker Steel (Circa 1941) SOLD!

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An uncommon seven-string example of this Art Deco-inspired instrument, the National New Yorker exudes class, charm and elegance reminiscent of a more refined era in our nation’s history. Currently tuned to a G6 (or Em7, for those who are enharmonically inclined) tuning, this New Yorker produces a tone worthy of the Big Apple: juicy harmonics, biting and crisp high end, and bass notes that crack like a fly ball colliding against a brick wall. Replaced strip tuners (see photo) and missing the plexiglass pickup cover (we have been told that back in the day most people immediately removed these anyway, sort of like the ashtray covers on Telecasters). Includes original and somewhat worn tweed case, complete with student bar and capo. Some wear and dings but no damage to body or neck. SOLD!

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An uncommon seven-string example of this Art Deco-inspired instrument, the National New Yorker exudes class, charm and elegance reminiscent of a more refined era in our nation’s history. Currently tuned to a G6 (or Em7, for those who are enharmonically inclined) tuning, this New Yorker produces a tone worthy of the Big Apple: juicy harmonics, biting and crisp high end, and bass notes that crack like a fly ball colliding against a brick wall. Replaced strip tuners (see photo) and missing the plexiglass pickup cover (we have been told that back in the day most people immediately removed these anyway, sort of like the ashtray covers on Telecasters). Includes original and somewhat worn tweed case, complete with student bar and capo. Some wear and dings but no damage to body or neck. SOLD!