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Replogle Resonator Cone for Biscuit Bridge Fits 9-1/2" soundwell

Fits 9-1/2" soundwell

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Replogle Resonator Cone for Biscuit Bridge Fits 10-1/2" soundwell

Fits 10-1/2" soundwell

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Replogle Resonator Cone for Biscuit Bridge

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Handspun by master craftsman Mike Replogle. Original equipment in many fine American resonator guitars since the '90s.

Mike Replogle is the latest in a direct line of old-school cone-spinning masters who have passed down their skills. Featuring a special aluminum alloy that hardens after spinning, his handmade cones have been original equipment in many fine American resonator guitars since the '90s. These close-tolerance cones are now available directly to players and individual builders—a great way to hot-rod your guitar for better tone and volume.

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#5825 Fits 9-1/2" soundwell  9-1/2" (240mm)  1-1/4" (31.75mm) 
#5826 Fits 10-1/2" soundwell  10-3/8" (264mm)  1-1/4" (31.75mm) 


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great upgrade!

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I bought this cone to replace the one that came standard in the Recording king model RM 998-R biscuit resonator. I give it 5 stars even though this is my first metal body Reso and have no previous experiences with which to compare. This cone made a considerable difference in tone and volume. It really barks and bites with some very sweet sustain!. Bonus...It raised the action a wee bit and that was most welcome too. Thanks Stew Mac for the deliverance. Thanks Replogle for the fine cone. Best regards...Judson.

5.0

This is really an worthwhile upgrade!

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I recently completed construction of a metal body biscuit resonator. Came out very nice and sounded pretty good with the cheap cone I used during construction. Because it turned out well, I sprung for a Replogle cone. Installation was fairly straight forward and I only had to trim the bottom of the maple bridge to get the action back where I wanted it.
After reassembly and tuning I checked it out.
The first thing I noticed was volume. This cone produces a good bit more volume than the old cone.
The second thing was the brightness. Every string rang out clear and bright. Chords in open tuning are much more distinct and sound much cleaner.
I have a Beard cone on one of my other resonators and wanted to try the Replogle. It is a great product. I think a bit brighter than the Beard. I would definitely recommend this cone for an upgrade to any stock cone.
Thanks for a great product.

5.0

Best cone out there

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After much debate I bought the Replogle 9 1/2" cone to replace my worn out National Hot Rod cone. I'm glad I did it. You can really tighten your biscuit down. Then the tone and volume are superior. Not as bassy with better treble response. Although it's not as bassy it's also a lot clearer. The treble is nice bright but not to bright and no shrillness. Much more sustain. I always swore by National cones but I also used to swear by cigarettes. As long as it last as long or longer than the three months I've been getting from the Hot Rods I'll never go back.

5.0

Nailed it!!

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Got the Washburn R360K and immediately followed reviewers' advice to upgrade the rather bland cone. Just sounded like the difference between old and new strings while finger picking--until my roomies were gone and I was able to bust out the finger picks and slide. Holy crap!! The thing barks and sings in a clear, bright voice. Finger picks and slide on the original cone sounded dull and lifeless. This is just what I was hoping for.



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