Tony Polecastro - Best Resonators Ever?

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Stephen H.

I am waiting for a Mule Resonator - billet bridge, pickup and red powder coat 

Olivia P.

Thanks for this great program, especially the bit about women in the guitar world. We're often overlooked, so that was good. I play old music-old blues, country, standards-from the first half of the 20th century. And original music in that vein. Now, if you'll excuse me, I must go play for ten minutes or more.

Ben H.

Hi Tony!  I have just corrected an egregious wrong!

I purchased a Mule resonator over Covid and began exploring the world of open tunings.  Unfortunately, I was convinced by traditional National guys that I had made a mistake…”this was no blues machine worthy of consideration when compared to a National”.  As a compromise, they convinced me to swap out Matt’s cones for Nationals.  The guitar never captured the magic it had when I first bought it so, embarrassed by my weakness, I sold it and moved on in silence.  This year, I had the opportunity to see Charlie Parr at a small club in town.  My heart swelled with warmth, and it was then I knew I had to right my wrongs (yes, Charlie plays a Mule resonator).  Yesterday, I ordered a black resonator that Matt had put up on his site!  I can’t wait to get my hands on it…and that neck…I miss it so much.  In summary: 1) buy a Mule and 2) never miss an opportunity to catch Charlie Parr live.  

Bernard G

Hello Tony, I just listened to your mule story. thx for coming up with all of them reasons...

I own the mule resonator #772. very inspiring instrument and a good friend to carry anywhere. keep on rocking'



Bernard G Muller