The Johnson Swamp Stomper (JR-520-CEBM) fuses a vintage triolian resophonic with a modern electric guitar to create a bluesy tone that's straight from the bayou.
The resonator has a 9.5" hand-spun aluminum cone designed for maximum volume, a mahogany body, a maple biscuit bridge, a single cutaway design, vintage cream body binding and a pickup with volume and tone controls. The resonator comes with a black matte finish that looks great for blues and country playing.
The Swamp Stomper has incredible projection that's maximized when plugged. The single cutaway design is excellent for blues solos and smooth slide playing.
For more information, visit their web site at www.johnsongtr.com.
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