In this picture, one of a famous series taken backstage at Madison Square Garden, Keith can be seen playing a National Style 0 resonator guitar. The solid headstock (as opposed to a slotted headstock), as well as the 14th fret (as opposed to 12th fret) neck joint place it as a late 1930s model. Keith used this guitar when performing "Prodigal Son" (from *Beggar's Banquet*) live. Photos exist (http://alldylan.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/rolling-stones.jpg) of Jagger and Richards performing the song during a pair of concerts at Madison Square garden that yielded most of the material for the live album *Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out* - though the song did not make the final cut for the album.more
At 9:41 story of Mark's National Style 0 starts. At 13:47 you will see the picture of the guitar. Everybody knows (well... like to think so) Romeo And Juliet song. So you know what i am talking about :) He got this resonator guitar in Wales, he borrowed the money for it. Actually, the guy next to him in the video (Steve), sold this guitar to him.more
In this videoclip from Facebook, you can see James playing that guitar with the annotation: "Slow, quiet day in a hotel room messing around on this beautiful new instrument. #National #Resonator ????" In New York in the store he bought the guitar http://media.virbcdn.com/cdn_images/resize_1600x1600/51/33764d3578e1db31-JamesBay_NewYork2015_RachaelWright-1.jpgmore
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