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Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metal Body Round Neck

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Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metal Body Round Neck

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Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metal Body Round Neck
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Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metal Body Round Neck
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At the NAMM show in January, 2015 Epiphone released their new core model guitars as well as a couple of limited editions. These guitars look great and are welcome additions to the line. Here are the details

Dobro Hound Dog M-14
• Nickel plated Bell-Brass body
• Mahogany neck w/rounded profile
• Rosewood fingerboard
• Grover small button machine heads w/18:1 ratio
• Bone nut
• Nickel hardware


Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metalbody (Round Neck): Classic resonator guitar from the only and only Dobro.
Epiphone presents the new Dobro Hound Dog M-14 Metalbody guitar with an easy to play Round Neck. The Hound Dog M-14 features the renowned style and sound of an American original thats been dazzling and inspiring musicians since the late 1920s and is the perfect instrument for players who want the beautiful articulation of a metal body guitar for blues, fingerpicking, jazz, or even light slide for classic Delta or Hawaiian styles.

Classic Resonator Body: The body of the Dobro Hound Dog M-14 is made from Bell Brass with nickel plating with a 18 1/8 Lower Bout Width, a 10 3/8 Upper Bout Width and a depth of 3 . The tone of the Hound Dog M-14 is rich and full with quick decay that makes both fingerpicking and slide smooth and easy in all registers.

The Mahogany neck has a natural satin finish with an easy-to-fret 1960s SlimTaper neck thats joined to the body at the 14th fret with Neck-Stick Construction. The Rosewood fingerboard has pearloid dot inlays with 19 medium frets, a 12 radius, and a bone nut.
Dual Action Trust Rod: The first generation of original Dobro instruments look great but often suffer from warped necks or poor intonation. The modern new Dobro Hound Dog M-14 does away with all of those old problems thanks to a dual action adjustable truss rod and bone nut which makes it easy to set up. The strings sit on a Hard Maple saddle with an Ebony cap. The headstock has a Rounded Dobro shape seen on rare (and expensive) vintage models. There is also the vintage styled 4-color Dobro decal with the iconic harp logo.
Grover mini-Rotomatic Machine Heads: Tuning the M-14 is made smooth and intuitive with Grover mini-Rotomatic machine heads with an 18:1 ratio. And the Hound Dog M-14 comes ready to play with DAddario EJ42 medium gauge strings.


Body Material: Bell Brass; Nickel Plating
Lower Bout Width: 18-1/8
Upper Bout Width: 10-3/8
Maximum Depth: 3-1/2
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Shape: 1960's SlimTaper
Neck Joint: 14th fret neck to body: Neck-Stick Construction
Neck Finish: Natural (Satin)
Headstock: Rounded "Dobro" shape
Headstock Logo: Vintage 4-color "Dobro" decal with harp
Truss Rod: Dual-Action; 2 way adjustable
Truss Rod Cover: PVC Bell"; Black; 1-layer
Scale Length: 24.75"
Fingerboard: Rosewood with Pearloid "Dot" inlays;
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Frets: 19; medium
Saddle: Hard Maple with Ebony Cap
Tailpiece: Resonator-Style
Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1.75"
Hardware: Nickel
Machine Heads: Grover mini-Rotomatic ; 18:1 ratio
Strings: D'Addario EJ42
Includes: User's Manual, Truss Rod Wrench

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Great value, needs a little work. 0 of 0 customers found this review helpful
Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Guelph, Ontario
The whole time I'm evaluating this instrument, I need to keep reminding myself that a metal body National cost over $4K. As a $1K metal body this is a really good guitar. Resonators suffer from bad intonation since it is a straight bridge, nature of the beast, but this one is quite close, the lowest string (D in my case), and A being a bit sharp. On par with more expensive guitars. The cone may be a bit heavy so I'm putting in a Beard replacement. The nut is a bit high, also to be expected. All around very usable right out of the box. Minor gripes- The back of the neck is just finished with sanding sealer, and a bit rough. I fixed that quickly with sandpaper (1000, 1500, and 3000 grit). Specs say it comes with .013 D'addario strings, but mine came with generic Chinese 12's that turned my fingers black in minutes. I had to put on nickel strings (12's) anyway to use with the Lace Sensor slimline reso pickup. Only did not get 5 star reviews across the board is the aforementioned high nut, and wrong strings. A solid guitar at a good price.
Posted by Paula Pykala on Sep 11, 2023
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Hound doggie howl! 3 of 3 customers found this review helpful
Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Vancouver, British Columbia
Great quality and sounding. Round neck 24 3/4 scale dobro. Comfortable to play with fingers and slide. Responsive resonator cone for the dynamic gritty sound dobro's are know for. Nickel finish is killer. Could use better tuners but over all it's a great resonator.
Posted by Ira on Jul 22, 2021
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