- Deluxe `Biscuit` resonator
- Bronze coated brass body
- Engraved with decorative Hawaiian scene
- Mahogany neck
- Slotted headstock
- Aftermarket pickup fitted.
Finished in a deep bronze with high-grade Hawaiian body engraving on the front, back and sides, and complete with an official Ozark Hard Case, the Ozark 3616 Resonator Guitar offers superb playability with impressive volume when used for rhythm. A loud, metallic tone, generated from a single inverted metal deluxe `speaker` cone mounted within the brass body delivers tonal results somewhere between an Acoustic Guitar and Banjo, with plenty of `punch` produced from an enhanced evenly distributed deluxe Resonator cone. A great choice for Guitarists looking to explore the unique sound and tonal qualities that a Resontor has to offer, the all-solid brass design with `biscuit` bridge was highly favoured by Delta Blues players due to the superior volume and dynamics than those generated from wooden body Resonator Guitars. The `Biscuit`-Bridge Single-Cone design gets its name from a small wooden disc found in the centre of the cone. The saddle is also crafted from wood, and sits in a slot in the `biscuit`. The cone rests on a small ridge on the bottom of a well built into the Guitar body, with string vibrations driven to a single point within the cone, generating stronger fundamental tonal results with less complexity and overtones. The smooth, attractive finish of this great instrument makes it a fantastic choice for accomplished Guitar players looking requiring a reliable, versatile Resontor that responds brilliantly both with a plectrum and bottleneck slide. Features: Deluxe `Biscuit` Resonator Bronze coated Brass body Hawaiian engraved front, back and sides Mahogany neck Bound Rosewood fingerboard Slotted headstock.
This features a aftermarket pickup fitted inside the body so can be plugged in.