This Recording King is a nod to the old-fashioned guitars from the 1930s. These instruments were often the guitars the first blues and folk artists played. The raw, dry sound of these guitars is very popular today. The problem is often that the guitars did not stand the test of time well and are therefore difficult to use. The guitar gives you the well-known, old-fashioned sound, but without the problems of a worn guitar. Made with a solid spruce top and a spruce body, this old-fashioned guitar is very solid and you can enjoy playing it for years.
Recording King has been developing acoustic guitars and banjos since 1930, in the period also known as the Golden Age of musical craftsmanship.
Body style OOO (triple O)
Top: solid spruce
Side and back: spruce
Neck: nato, C-profile
String length: 645 mm (25.4”)
Number of frets: 20
Nut: bone, 42.86 mm (1 11/16”)
Machine heads: Grove classic “butterbean” style, chrome
Bridge: rosewood, floating
With the sound of the early 30s.
Nice guitar with special sound.
- Recording King
- Solid Top Harm Dirty 30s Series, Model 000
- Tipo di strumento/ Oggetto
- Chitarra con corde in acciaio
- Nuovo di zecca
- Numero di articoli
- Custodia imbottita
- 3.5 kg