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PG's Charles Saufley is on location in Anaheim, California, for the 2013 NAMM Show where he visits the The Loar and Recording King booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear demos of their newest models: The Loar's LH-319 Archtop & Recording King's Dirty Thirties Solid Top Single O, RJ-06 Jumbo.



PG's Charles Saufley is on location in Anaheim, California, for the 2013 NAMM Show where he visits the The Loar and Recording King booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear demos of their newest models: The Loar's LH-319 Archtop & Recording King's Dirty Thirties Solid Top Single O, RJ-06 Jumbo.

With the new RJJ-116 solid top jumbo body with 16” lower bout, we present a guitar with great volume and projection that can withstand a strong rhythmic attack from players.

Hayward, CA (January 24, 2013) – At Recording King we've dedicated ourselves to creating affordable, historically-based models of the world's most iconic guitar bodies. With the new RJJ-116 solid top jumbo body with 16” lower bout, we present a guitar with great volume and projection that can withstand a strong rhythmic attack from players. Popularized at the beginning of Rock and Roll, the classic jumbo body shape still enjoys notoriety today.

The RJJ-116 is assembled with a solid AA grade Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The 24.75” scale and 1-11/16” nut gives players ample room for chording or fingerstyle, while delivering powerful volume. Our contemporary C-profile neck strikes the perfect balance between a vintage and modern shape, great for electric players or acoustic players. The vintage-style Grover tuners keep the RJJ-116 in tune under hard strumming. Combine those components with the classic Jumbo-style body, and you have a vintage-style singer/songwriter guitar with some serious projection.

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