This stunningly beautiful, one-of-a-kind custom built resonator (from 2006, in beautiful crack-free condition and with only light wear) is from Tony Nobles, well-known luthier, and maker of instruments for Joe Walsh, Billy Gibbons and many other artists. The art deco ornamentation compliments an incredibly well built instrument, with meticulous attention to detail. Listen to/watch the video clip where guitar master Redd Volkaert put this instrument through some interesting jazz and blues paces.

  • Spun-aluminum Quartermane biscuit-style cone (single-cone resonator)
  • Solid curly maple, back top, and sides, with light tobaccoburst nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Art deco coverplate, soundholes, and tailpiece of antiqued brass with a metal mesh covering
  • Maple binding on body
  • Custom torch inlay on headstock
  • Curly maple neck
  • Waverly tuners
  • Scale: 24.4 inches
  • Nut width: 1 7/8 inch
  • String spacing at nut: 1 18/32
  • Bridge spacing: 2 1/8
  • Lower Bout: 14 1/2
  • Upper bout: 9 1/2
  • Body depth at bottom: 3 ¾ inches
  • Body depth at neck joint: 3-20/32