Identifying Dobros

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Pictures, history for Dobro metal body resonator vintage guitars from . The Dobro is a single cone resonator guitar that is easily confused at first .A friend has inherited a round neck Dobro guitar and asked me if I could give him some info about it. Its wood bo.d from around the mid 90s . - The bit of identification the guitar has on it is stamped #1896484. I 've done some reading on the website guitarhq.com/dobro.html, but i haven 't .The OMI dobro especially the Model 60DS is the kind most commonly seen in use by bluegrpickers. These instruments are fairly easy to identify. They have .

Amazon.com: Dobro Roots: A P.o Tour of Prewar Wood Body Dobros Book/CD 0884088991784 : Steve Toth: Books.More Than You Really Wanted To Know About the Dobro By Ken Brown. . INTRODUCTION: The Dobro as a Misunderstood Stepchild. The sixth member of the bluegrfamily of instruments the orphan child that Bill Monroe still refuses to recognize and the only one invented in America, the dobro is still the least understood..Color/Appearance: Has a very con.uous flecking that gives this wood its namesake. The wood itself is a medium to dark reddish brown with grey or light brown rays, which resemble the spots of a leopard. Like other woods that exhibit the strongest figure in quartersawn pieces, such as Sycamore , Leopardwood has the mostounced .Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955 [Bob Carlin] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book . Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955 is the only book to trace the history of the Chicago musical manufacturer. With its roots in Indianapolis.

  • Dobro Roots A P O Tour Of Prewar Wood Body Dobros

    Amazon.com: Dobro Roots: A P.o Tour of Prewar Wood Body Dobros Book/CD 0884088991784 : Steve Toth: Books.

  • Resoguit Com More Then You Wanted

    More Than You Really Wanted To Know About the Dobro By Ken Brown. . INTRODUCTION: The Dobro as a Misunderstood Stepchild. The sixth member of the bluegrfamily of instruments the orphan child that Bill Monroe still refuses to recognize and the only one invented in America, the dobro is still the least understood..

  • Leopardwood The Wood Database Lumber

    Color/Appearance: Has a very con.uous flecking that gives this wood its namesake. The wood itself is a medium to dark reddish brown with grey or light brown rays, which resemble the spots of a leopard. Like other woods that exhibit the strongest figure in quartersawn pieces, such as Sycamore , Leopardwood has the mostounced .

  • Regal Musical Instruments 1895 1955 Bob Carlin

    Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955 [Bob Carlin] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book . Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955 is the only book to trace the history of the Chicago musical manufacturer. With its roots in Indianapolis.

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