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Harley Benton Custom Line N-150CE BK

Resonator Guitar

  • Cutaway
  • Body: Plywood
  • Neck: Nato
  • Fretboard: Blackwood (Pinus radiata)
  • 21 Frets
  • Scale: 636 mm
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • Pickups: 1 Mini-humbucker
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Strings: D'Addario EXP .012 - .053
  • Black matte
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Body Plywood
Fretboard Blackwood
Neck shape Roundneck
Pickup Yes
Nut width in mm 42,00 mm
Frets 21
Colour black
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag No

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Superb quality resonator
RichTea, 14.06.2013
I looked, I read the reviews online, thought about it, thought about it some more, and finally bought it. For so little money I could hardly be disappointed. I just had no idea I could be that impressed! This is a great sounding resonator guitar. Unplugged it gives that superb metallic twang reminiscent of those old Dire Straits albums. Out of the box it was superbly set up with a great action. I may tweak the action down the line for some of the slightly more interesting tunings. Dropping the low E to a D did make it buzz a little but that's easily sorted out. Plugged in the sound is a little murky, but tweak the EQ of the desk and it's not half bad. Playing this live a few weeks back everyone was so bowled over with the look and the way the chrome-wear reflected the light that I don't think anyone noticed the sound. But that's me being nitpicking when really it exceeds all expectations. Honestly I couldn't have been more pleased if I'd been given this for free. It's inspired new songwriting, and made older songs that needed that little somethin' somethin' shine. Seriously at this price, and with this good build quality, what's to think about? I would highly recommend this model. Yes, you could spend more and get a high end model but what if your resonator phase is just a passing fad and it ends up sitting in a corner unused? Stop reading this review and buy it now.
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A lot of sound for very few pounds
Hazy Jay, 15.08.2021
I purchased this so that I could have a reso/dobro for taking to any jam sessions, and outdoor social gatherings, festivals etc, so that I don't have to take my much more expensive resonator and risk damaging it.

I bought this plywood constructed HB expecting a mediocre sounding guitar at best. What I received, however, has impressed myself and players of a much higher calibre than myself alike with clear, rich tones emanating from the spider cone.

PROS: Solid and sturdy construction. The binding works well to both offer a pleasing aesthetic, and hide where the plywood joint are.
The spider cone projects well with a nice rich tone & resonance.
A pickup and dual-tone/vol controls are a nice plus on a guitar at this price.

CONS: The tuners aren't the greatest. Tightening the gears a little helps, but if I was to mod this guitar I would begin with the tuners as they are they weakest feature of this guitar.

This is a dobro guitar, so as such the neck is slightly thicker than some may be used to for a more normal playing style. However, this guitar plays very well whether slung or lapped. It responds extremely well to a slide, and when in OPEN tunings such as D or G this guitar really sings from the slide.
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My first and best guitar!
Eugfes, 13.05.2021
I could not believe it when I saw it - the impression goes above and beyond photos.. It's honest, solid, heavy - and the resonator sound resembles Buddhist singing cups.
The build quality is so good for the price, and it sounds great when it's plugged too.
Definitely a good buy!
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Not bad. But!
Ivan Lozhkin, 23.09.2021
In general, for this money, the guitar is very good, the sound is good, but there is one moment that caused me sadness!
The lower threshold. It is made of wood and the strings are metal, respectively, after several changes, the strings began to sink in the threshold, which affected the sound quality, the guitar began to get along. I hope the manufacturer will read this review and take it to attention.
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