Royall ’29 Triolian Style Mahogany Natural Finish Single Cone LS Tenor Resonator

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Royall Mahogany Natural ’29 Triolian Long Scale Tenor

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This is our Royall ’29 Triolian. This model is our take on the fabled 1928-1929 National Triolian. For only the first year of production the Triolian came with a wood body and sound well. After 1929 all Triolians had either 2 or 3 piece metal bodies. Those first year models are highly coveted for their unique sound.

The original 1929 Triolians were usually painted a solid yellow color as were the later metal body ones. Our Royall ’29 Triolian shows a classic mahogany vintage tobacco burst finish. Triolians have a body size somewhere between a parlor size and a full sized Duolian body. Our long scale tenors are a new and very popular model of resonator for us. Also known as a plectrum guitar, they have a capability for many different tunings from high to low. All said, this new Triolian model with large body design is a very uniquely sounding and well rounded instrument that we are sure you will love.

Royall Mahogany Natural ’29 Triolian Long Scale Tenor

• 12 fret bound mahogany neck with slotted headstock

•  Vintage correct 25” Triolian scale length

•  Natural finish sapele mahogany body

•  Nickel plated brass diamond design resonator cover

•  1 11/16″ bone nut

•  0.5″ wide string spacing

•  10″ Upper bout

•  14″ Lower bout

•  39″ Total Length

•  3″ Body depth

•  Traditional ‘F’ holes

•  Rosewood fingerboard with Traditional split diamond inlays

•  Hand spun aluminum Continental cone

•  Vintage style Wilkinson nickel tuners

•  Authentic stick and pillar construction

•  Deluxe Fitted case included

•  Walker And Williams Top Grain Leather Strap Included


2 reviews for Royall ’29 Triolian Style Mahogany Natural Finish Single Cone LS Tenor Resonator

  1. Wolf Loescher (verified owner)

    I got the version with the pickup, and I simply love this guitar! Right out of the box, it sounded and looked and played great. I gets lots of favorable comments on both the sound and the look. And the included case is one of the best I’ve ever had. Well done – keep it up!

  2. J. Young (verified owner)

    I had been playing tenor guitar and six-string resonators for a little while when I decided to simplify. Tenor guitar was more natural to me, partly because banjo was my first instrument, but the sound of the resonator guitars was captivating. After much research I found that Royall was making tenor resonators! Immediately bought the Royall single cone tenor resonator about a year ago, and liked it so much that all the other guitars got sold. Very balanced tone, great volume, beautiful instrument overall. A friend who is a much better musician, and who plays just about everything with strings, just said ‘wow’ when he tried it. Royall was very patient and responsive to my questions before buying, and I haven’t had a single regret. If you are on the fence, just buy it.

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