1937 Regal Model 27, The Michigan Branded Resonator + HSC

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At A Glance:
Model: Model 27 The Michigan Brand
Year: 1937
Finish: Sunburst
Modifications: None
Repairs: None

Case: Hardshell
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Neck wood: Mahogany
Tuners: Correct open tuners
Hardware: Correct nickel
Neck Profile: Chunky C

Body Style: Dreadnought
Top: Spruce
Back: Mahogany
Sides: Mahogany
Bracing: Resonator

    The sound of the Delta, Regal resonators are as much part of the rich tapestry of the blues as anything produced by National during this period. As with so many manufacturers, Regal distributed instruments under a plethora of names including this example which was distributed under the Michigan name to the UK. Peter Green used one live during the Fleetwood Mac days. This particular model is the same as a Regal Model 27.

    The guitar is in good condition. The finish has escaped too much fading and though there are scratches and scrapes these do not detract from the overall look of the guitar. 

    The comfortably chunky neck too is in great condition with some wear evident on the fretboard but there is plenty of life left in the frets. There doesn’t seem to be any sign that the guitar has been refretted. The logo is still present and there are no signs of any repairs.

    The hardware is in great condition showing very little signs of any wear. The resonator is in great condition and working well.

    The guitar comes with a hardshell case.

    Without the more metallic clang of a brass bodied resonator, this is still a distinctive and immediately recognisable tone with the added warmth of the wooden body. Its has a the percussive, almost reverb tank quality to the tone thats a joy to play.

    An iconic sound and surely a bucketlist instrument. Grab this before its gone…

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