The Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar gives you the sound of traditional American music. Since the 1920s, the Dobro has been one America's fundamental acoustic instruments, finding its way into bluegrass and blues and defining the sound of country. With a Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck guitar, you get classic Dobro sound with stunning good looks. Whether you're playing on the porch or jamming with a group, you'll love the distinctive sound of this resonator. Get the sound, style, and live performance you need with a Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar!
Round neck with 12 frets clear of the body
The Dobro Hound Dog round neck features a radiused fingerboard with 12 frets clear of the body for slide-style playing as well as two sound holes to enhance clarity and projection. The body is made of laminated, figured maple veneer with the original style spider bridge and 10 1/2" resonator. Its open sound and well-constructed design enhances and projects the natural tonal balance. Nickel-plated hardware and a rich, hand-rubbed brown finish give it a stylish vintage look.
A classic American instrument that's been inspiring musicians since the 1920s
The Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar has been nearly a century in the making. Ever since Dobro pioneer, Bashful Brother Oswald, began playing one of these resonator-style guitars on the Grand Ole Opry, Dobro has been a household name. Over the decades, you could see the Dobro jump from one American music genre to another. Whether you play blues or bluegrass, country of folk, your Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar will give you the sound you need.
Beautiful acoustic resonator sound with fantastic looks to match
One look at the Dobro Hound Dog Roundneck resonator guitar's flame maple laminant body, and you know this is a truly special instrument. It's stunning good looks are only matched by its sweet sound. A nickel-plated Dobro cone and fan plate provide rich resonator tone, and you'll get plenty of acoustic projection from the Hound Dog Roundneck's f-holes.