Recording King Introduces the RO-310 Acoustic Guitar

Hayward, CA (September 25, 2012) – Introducing Recording King''s all-solid RO-310 OOO with Adirondack top – designed for players who want the increased volume and projection of an Adirondack

Hayward, CA (September 25, 2012) – Introducing Recording King's all-solid RO-310 OOO with Adirondack top – designed for players who want the increased volume and projection of an Adirondack top combined with the intimacy and evenness of a OOO.

Adirondack Spruce (or red spruce) has been a prized choice for guitar tops since the 1920's, and players are falling in love with it all over again. It's considered more resonant than Sitka and has a unique wide-grain pattern that makes Adirondack guitar tops aesthetically unique. The RO-310 delivers everything great about Adirondack, with an all-solid OOO body at an affordable $499 street price.

Players who need to cut through the mix will love the extra volume and projection of the Adirondack top, paired with a solid mahogany back and sides for traditional OOO warmth. With a thin “C” profile mahogany neck and 1-3/4" nut width, guitarists will find the RO-310 to be extremely comfortable for fingerpicking or strumming, and the bone nut and saddle and deluxe Grover Rotomatic tuners keep it in perfect tune after hours of playing.

The RO-310 has a street price of $499.99 and comes with Recording King's industry-leading lifetime warranty.

For more information:
www.recordingking.com

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