This guitar’s looks don’t tell its full story. Beneath the hood of this hot rod lies a tri-cone resonator system that sounds gorgeous. From headstock to the tailpiece, this Mule Resonator has loads of mojo to offer; handmade in Saginaw, Michigan by Matt Eich and his talented team this guitar carries with it a story so be sure to check out the entire review to hear about its origins and how it sounds.
This Mule Resophonic guitar was featured in Acoustic Tuesday Episode #63 along with many more guitar geek discoveries. Click here to watch the full episode.
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This Mule Resonator guitar sounds like something of high interest to me. I just need one more demonstration by you, if you please. That is, would you kindly attach a Tonewood amp to the back of the resonator and play a bit of Delta blues on this guitar, using 1) A fingerpicking method for the first demonstration and 2) using a slide to create a slow mournful, gut-wrenching, back to the swamp, Deep South Sound that will make a man cry! Is this something you would be willing to do?
PS. Please notify me if you are in agreement with this request!