Classic resonator design for a new generation
Since its creation in the late 1920's, the Dobro Hound Dog M-14 has been a major source of inspiration for blues, folk and country players all over the world. Its unique sound complete with easy to play round neck design makes this a highly desirable instrument that today's players can enjoy.
Built to project
The body of the Epiphone Dobro Hound Dog M14 is crafted using a fine quality bell brass. This is then nickel plated to give the bright and clean finish that you can see. The finish, much like the sound is striking and will draw attention.
The 2 F-holes of the Hound Dog M14 allow for the resonator sound to power out which is a massive bonus when playing acoustically with your local band.
The neck of the Epiphone Dobro Hound Dog M14 is made using select mahogany which is then finished with a satin-feel coating for smooth playing without any sticky build up that can occur over longer performances. The neck is also shaped to s 1960s, SlimTaper profile making it feel very comfortable to the hand.
To keep your playing perfectly in tune and allowing your music to ring out with impressive sustain, the Dobro Hound Dog M14 Resonator also features Grover mini-Rotomatic machine heads with an 18:1 ratio. These tuners also match the body and help to complete the classic look of this impressive guitar.
Manufacturer Epiphone Model Dobro Hound Dog M14 Metal Body Resonator Guitar Shape Resonator Number of Strings 6 Body Material Bell Brass With Nickel Plating Neck Material Mahogany Neck Profile 1960s SlimTaper Fretboard Wood Rosewood Number of Frets 19 Fretboard Inlay Dots Tuners Grover mini-Rotomatic Finish Nickel
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