Recording King RPS-7-GY Dirty 30s Series 7 Single-0 Matte Gray

Recording King RPS-7-GY Dirty 30s Series 7 Single-0 Matte Gray


Recording King was originally founded by the mail order company Montgomery Ward, who sold guitars, mandolins and banjoes to the US country population during the early 1930s under the Recording King name. The 1930s represent in many ways a golden age in instrument building - a period that resulted in some of the most respected and sought after string instruments.Recording King builds guitars and banjoes based on the string instruments of the 20s and 30s, inspired by the outstanding craftsmanship and innovative design that instruments of this era are so distinguished exponents for. Recording King revives an instrument builder tradition, which has been greatly overlooked over the past decades and uses it to create some of the most successful and beautiful instruments.The Recording King RPS-7 is a 6-string western guitar that belongs in the popular Dirty 30's Series. The design guides the Americas dustbow, and James Dean in the filmization of Steinbeck's East of Eden. It is built as a tribute to the 1930s American folk musicians and offers an unusually high price / quality ratio.The RPS-7 is built as a parlor model with a tire in the spruce, mounted on the body with Recording Kings "Cross Lap" X-Bracing. The bottom and sides are made of whitewood, while the neck is made in natural wood. The guitar delivers a highly defined and balanced sound that is both suitable for chord and finger games. It comes with Phosphor Bronze strings attached, but you can conveniently mount it with Martin Retro Monel strings if you are looking for an authentic 30's soun

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