Eastwood's tribute to the NATIONAL Lap Steels. National, SUPRO® and AIRLINE Guitars were made in the USA from 1958-68 by VALCO and sold through Montgomery Ward. This new model is a more formidable version, featuring great tone and balance.
Posted by Larry Wright on 12th Sep 2014
I am in my first yr of lap steel, after 60-plus yrs of playing guitar. This is my second lap steel. I was disappointed
that it had no gig bag and the strings were poor quality and
too light. I changed the strings to Morrell E .014s, greatly
enhancing tone and playability. Intonation is adjustable, but
it is pretty much spot on. The guitar came tuned and seemed
to have been "tech'ed." Red finish is really nice, one small ding.
I would put the patch cord out the side vs on top. Biggest plus, it sounds great !