From the same series and built with the same appointments as the best-selling RD-06, the RP-06 has a street price of $249.99.

Hayward, CA (September 29, 2011) —Recording King introduces the RP-06, the world's most high-value 0-style guitar.



From the same series and built with the same appointments as the best-selling RD-06, the RP-06 sports a solid Sitka spruce top with mahogany back and sides. The 12-fret neck joint and corresponding bridge positioning give the RP-06 the warm, mellow, full-bodied tone guitarists look for in a classic 12-fret model. With a 1-3/4” nut, the RP-06 is comfortable for either fingerpicking or strumming. The vintage-style 0-style body is great for travel, stage or couch, and thanks to the 25.4” scale, still has the same volume and projection as a full size instrument.

The simple, unadorned headstock and the tortoise body binding are integral characteristics of Recording King Classic Series guitars, but don't let the minimal ornamentation fool you, the RP-06 is built by the same artisans who craft our popular ROS-626 instruments. No matter your playing style, these guitars have the features to impress both advanced and recreational players and can even fit in an airline compartment. The RP-06 has vintage style that's familiar as an old friend, but won't cramp your style or wallet.

The RP-06 has a street price of $249.99 and comes with Recording King's lifetime warranty.

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