Beltona Single Cone Resonator Acoustic Guitar - Pre-Owned

$3,595

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This Beltona Single Cone Resonator is an early Beltona model built by Bill Johnson himself, who also built resonators for the likes of Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler.

This early model features a plated steel body, a 14-fret-to-body Mahogany neck with a 'V' profile, topped by a cream-bound Ebony fingerboard decorated with dot inlays.

The solid headstock features a gorgeous Mother of Pearl head plate adorning the Beltona logo and vintage-style tuners.

This guitar comes to us in good condition, with signs of tarnish that you would expect to see on a near 30-year old resonator.

  • Early 1990s model
  • Single Cone Resonator
  • Plated steel body
  • Mahogany neck
  • 'V' neck profile
  • Ebony fretboard with cream binding and dot inlays
  • 14-frets to body
  • Mother of pearl headplate
  • Vintage-style tuners
  • Includes hard shell case

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