Recording King Dirty 30s Series 7 000 Matte Black

$249.00

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Description

Dirty 30s Series 7 000

  • Spruce Top

  • 25.4″ Scale Length

  • Cross Lap Bracing

  • Bone Nut and Saddle

  • Checkerboard Purfling

  • Tobacco Sunburst(ROS-7-TS) and Matte Black(ROS-7-MBK)


The Dirty 30s Series 7 000 delivers robust acoustic tone with even response across the fretboard. Featuring our super clean Cross Lap bracing and top quality materials, the Series 7 is one of the best sounding acoustic guitar values available. The spruce top provides the foundation for classic acoustic tone, and the tobacco sunburst finish, ivory color body binding and bound soundhole give the Series 7 000 a vintage aesthetic.

Parallelogram stencil fretboard markers complete the look. Quality appointments include a bone nut and saddle and ivory-button tuning machines. The Series 7 000 combines traditional 000-body sound with classic style. Available in Tobacco Sunburst and Matte Black

Model:ROS-7Body Shape:14th Fret OOOTop Material:SpruceBack Material:WhitewoodSide Material:WhitewoodTop Bracing Pattern:Cross Lap X BracingTop Braces:Sitka SpruceNeck Material:MahoganyNeck Profile:Thin CNeck Joint:DovetailFretboard Material:OvangkolScale Length:25.4″# Of Frets Clear:14# Of Frets Total:20Nut Material:BoneNut Width:1-11/16″Headstock Overlay:BlackHeadstock Inlay:NoneTuning Machines:Nickel w/ Ivory ButtonsBody Binding:Ivory Top BindingRosette:Bound SoundholeTop Purfling:NoneFretboard Inlays:Harmonella StencilFretboard Binding:NoneBridge Material:OvangkolBridge Shape:StraightSaddle:Compensated BoneBridge Pins & Endpin:Ivory colorPickguard:Black RK WhitleyFinish:SatinColor Options:Tobacco Sunburst(ROS-7-TS), Matte Black(ROS-7-MBK)

Brand

Recording King

Recording King is a musical instruments brand currently owned by The Music Link Corporation, based in Hayward, California, which also produces other musical instrument lines. Range of products commercialised under the Recording King brand are acoustic and resonator guitars, and banjos. Beginning as a house brand in the 1930’s for Montgomery Ward, Recording King acoustic guitars and banjos were developed during the Golden Age of musical craftsmanship, a period that resulted in some of the most well-respected and sought-after fretted acoustic instruments available. Building on this piece of American history, Recording King instruments uphold the name's historic legacy using vintage designs and hand-assembled parts. Each instrument has the look, feel and sound of the classic models with impeccable workmanship and enhancements for contemporary players. All Recording King models are made for the long-term – you can hand a Recording King instrument down from generation to generation.

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