Brisbane, CA(November 27, 2008) -- Recording King announces another line of guitars within the Century family; theJubilee series. These guitars are the result of Recording King's attempt to reach back to the 1930s and pull out those classic tones and nostalgic looks.

According to Recording King, each guitar is built with lighter bracing for more resonance, and the ebony pyramid bridge helps enable greater vibration from the hand-selected tops. They also believe that both the gloss and matte finishes allow the guitars to sing powerfully and clearly. The Nitrocellulose lacquer finish is dried for 8 weeks in order to insure that the lacquer is properly bonded to the wood. The guitars feature a vintage 2-tone tobacco sunburst finish.

  • Solid Sitka spruce Top
  • Solid mahogany, maple or rosewood back and sides
  • One-piece mahogany neck
  • 25.4", 20 nickel frets on Rosewood fretboard
  • Ebony Pyramid bridge
  • D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Lights
  • Grover tuners
  • 1 3/4" bone nut
The new Jubilee series will be launched to Recording King dealers in December 2008 with a starting MSRP $599.

For more info:
Recording King