Introduced in 1930, the Style O was the first in a series of single-resonator designs by National. It became the first iconic instrument of blues guitar, championed by performers as Son House, Booker White, Blind Boy Fuller and many others. With its powerful single cone resonator and extended 12 fret body, the Style O was unsurpassed in volume and projection, making it ideal for radio, recording and un-amplified venues, and it quickly acquired the reputation as the go-to instrument for bottleneck slide guitar.
Beside a re-fret and new nut all original and in very good condition, no issues or hidden damages. Comes with a non original hardcase.