The guitar was designed to provide a true resonator tone with its hand-spun Continental Cone, bone nut, and maple/ebony saddle.

Hayward, CA (August 4, 2010) -- Recording King adds a roundneck resonator to their lineup for players looking for classic slide sound and style with modern, reliable appointments.

The Recording King Professional Roundneck Resonator (RR-50-VS) is crafted entirely from mahogany with a parallelogram soundwell and 12th fret neck joint. It features a comfortable roundneck design and vintage sunburst finish. The hand-spun Continental Cone provides a true resonator tone. The bone nut and the maple/ebony saddle help give the guitar great sustain, and the Grover tuning machines keep the strings easily in tune.

The Recording King Professional Resonator is truly vintage-styled, with classic features like rounded soundhole screens and slotted screws. It has a street price of $374.99 and is available now.

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