When guitarists think of resonator guitars, they often think of the National and Dobro designs of the late 1920’s. The ResoVille team are inspired by the life’s work of the Slovak-American stringed instrument genius John Dopyera (1893–1988) who was the founder of the resonator guitar companies National [National String Instrument Corporation] which he co-founded in 1927 and Dobro [Dobro Manufacturing Company] which he founded in 1928.
If you love the playing of the likes of Son House, Bukka White, Ry Cooder, Jerry Douglas, John Hammond, Chris Whitley, Bob Brozman, Taj Mahal, Eric Sardinas, Tampa Red and Mark Knopfler (to name but a few) then you should consider a ResoVille for your guitar collection.
Bordering the Huangpu River, the workshop is in the North-Eastern part of downtown Shanghai; and not too far away from the beautiful historical waterfront tourist attraction of ‘The Bund’, and the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology in Yangpu. The workshop has everything required to make our great resophonic guitars including several press machines, and all the molds required to make the full range of our metal guitar bodies. As well as metal guitars, the workshop also hand-crafts wooden bodies alongside all the necks required, and never forget, every ResoVille is handmade.
Our model line-up includes:
- Metal Body Single Cone Round Neck Models:
- Metal Body Tricone Round Neck Models:
- Wooden Body Single Cone Round Neck Models:
- Wooden Body Tricone Round Neck Model:
- Silverton (12 Fret Grid Hole)
- Wooden Body Square Neck Spider Cone Model:
- Hazelton (14 Fret)
- Ukulele Biscuit Bridge Models:
- Mandolin Biscuit Bridge Model:
- Burlington (12 Fret)
For some models, we offer a range of finishes including Nickel, Gold Brass, Red Copper, Black Nickel and Brushed Nickel.