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New Recording King Professional Resonator

New Recording King Professional Resonator

Recording King says their news professional resonator is "an instant classic."

Brisbane, CA (April 27, 2009) -- Recording King is proud to announce their newest professional resonator designed for players looking for a classic slide sound with modern, reliable appointments. 

The Recording King Professional Resonator (RR-60-VS) is crafted entirely from mahogany with a parallelogram soundwell and 12th fret neck joint. Various features help give this resonator a truly vintage-styled feel. Included in these features are a rounded soundhole, a traditional squareneck design and a vintage sunburst finish. Additional features include a hand-spun Continental Cone, a maple/ebony saddle, and Grove turning machines that help keep the strings in tune.

List: $499

For more info, visit recordingking.com.
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