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Recording King RAJSN Fret Slope Shoulder Acoustic Guitar All Solid Wood

Recording King put everything great about their slope shoulder guitars into an amazing-sounding fret instrument that delivers traditional slope shoulder sound, but benefits from the additional warmth that comes from the fret neck joint.


Assembled from all-solid tonewoods, the RAJ starts with a solid AA grade Sitka spruce top and solid African mahogany back and sides. The /16" bone nut is perfectly comfortable for strumming, fingerstyle or flatpicking, and combined with the bone saddle, helps to give these guitars and additional degree of brightness and clarity.


It's finished in vintage sunburst with a classic black pickguard, ivory Golden Age tuning machines and the historic Recording King headstock.


Features



  • Body Shape: Slope Shoulder

  • Top Material: Solid Sitka Spruce

  • Back Material: Solid African Mahogany

  • Side Material: Solid African Mahogany

  • Top Bracing Pattern: X-Bracing

  • Top Braces: Scalloped Sitka Spruce

  • Neck Material: Mahogany

  • Neck Profile: Thin C

  • Neck Joint: Dovetail

  • Fretboard Material: Rosewood

  • Scale Length: "

  • # Of Frets Clear: 12

  • # Of Frets Total: 20

  • Nut Material: Bone

  • Nut Width: /16"

  • Headstock Overlay: Black

  • Headstock Inlay: Recording King Script In Mother Of Pearl

  • Tuning Machines: Golden Age

  • Body Binding: Ivory

  • Rosette: 5-Ply

  • Top Purfling: 3 Ply

  • Fretboard Inlays: Pearl Dots

  • Fretboard Binding: Ivory

  • Bridge Material: Rosewood

  • Bridge Shape: Straight

  • Saddle: Bone, Compensated

  • Bridge Pins Endpin: Plastic, Ivory Color With Black Dots

  • Pickguard: Black

  • Finish: Gloss




List Price - $1,





This is a refurbished instrument. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected and cleared by a certified technician. The guitars are sent there for many reasons, including: Cosmetic flaws, Minor repairs & Discontinued models. Most of the guitars that we sell are % flaw free. Any visible or known flaws are outlined in the description and include pictures of the specific flaw. The actual guitar for sale is shown in the photographs. All of our guitars come with a standard factory setup, but may require a small amount of fine tuning to fit the players personal taste. In order to prevent false warranty claims, the guitar is given a brand new serial number and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" or "2nd" by the authorized refurbishing center. These guitars are the next best thing to buying new!


Condition: The authorized technician found no issues with the guitar. It looks and plays like new! Save Big!

Sours: https://reverb.com/item/recording-king-rajsnfret-slope-shoulder-acoustic-guitar-all-solid-wood

Recording King ROS Studio Series Fret Parlor Acoustic Guitar

he ROS is a 12th fret OOO-style guitar crafted from a vintage design. With a solid AA-grade Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides, this guitar has the warm intimate sound you would expect from a classic 12th fret. The /16" nut with is a fingerpicker's dream, and professional appointments like the rosewood fretboard, ebony pyramid bridge, bone nut and saddle insure the guitar sounds as great as it looks. Herringbone purfling and grained ivoroid binding give a nod to this guitar's historic heritage.

Features

  • Body shape: 12th fret OOO
  • Top material: solid AA grade Sitka spruce
  • Back material: mahogany
  • Side material: mahogany
  • Top bracing pattern: fully scalloped X-bracing
  • Top braces: scalloped spruce
  • Neck material: 1-piece mahogany
  • Neck profile: vintage "V"
  • Neck joint: hand-cut dovetail
  • Fretboard material: ebony
  • Scale length: "
  • Frets: 20 (12 open)
  • Nut material: Bone
  • Nut width: /16"
  • Headstock type: slotted
  • Headstock overlay: rosewood
  • Tuning machines: Grover butterbean
  • Body binding: grained ivoroid
  • Rosette: 3-ring
  • Top purfling: herringbone
  • Fretboard inlays: diamond and square, pattern 1
  • Bridge material: ebony
  • Bridge shape: pyramid style
  • Saddle: bone
  • Bridge pins & endpin: ivory with black dot
  • Finish: polyurethane, natural glossy
  • Case sold separately
  • List Price - $


    This is a refurbished instrument. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected and cleared by a certified technician. The guitars are sent there for many reasons, including: Cosmetic flaws, Minor repairs, Discontinued models & Overstock. Most of the guitars that we sell are % flaw free. Any flaws or repairs are outlined in the description and include close up detailed pictures if visible. The actual guitar for sale is shown in the photographs. All of our guitars come with a standard factory setup, but may require a small amount of fine tuning to fit the players personal taste. In order to prevent false warranty claims, the guitar is given a brand new serial number and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" or "2nd" by the authorized refurbishing center. These guitars are the next best thing to buying new!

    Condition: This guitar has no visible or known flaws. It could be back stock or it could have had a minor finish flaw/Electrical issue professionally repaired. Otherwise, It is in like new mint condition, Never played by the public. Save Big!

    Sours: https://reverb.com/item/recording-king-rosstudio-seriesfretparlor-acoustic-guitar
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    Recording King Century Studio Series ROS Fret Acoustic Guitar Review



    Recording King guitars are built with both eyes on the past. They have a cool, retro look that takes you back to the ’30s—the first Golden Age of steel-string craftsmanship—when Recording King was the house brand of the Montgomery Ward department. Our review guitar, the ROS fret from the Century Studio Series, is very shapely, with loads of vintage details and a halo-like sheen that only a nitrocellulose finish can provide.

    Like all “fret” guitars, the ROS’s neck joins the body at the 12th fret, not at the 14th (where modern dreadnoughts have their neck joint). Over the years, fret parlor-style guitars have increased or decreased in popularity in tandem with the appeal of traditional folk music, Delta blues, and alternative tunings. Guitars with a fret neck joint often have a shorter scale—" instead of ". However, the ROS is a standard scale guitar, which makes it sound a little louder and punchier than its short-scale cousins. Combine that with the ROS’s extra-wide fretboard, which measures 1 13/16" at the nut, and you have a recipe for a fingerstyle friend.

    Do Me a Solid
    It’s rare to find guitars in this price range with a solid back and sides, so kudos to Recording King for giving the a solid African mahogany body, as well as a solid Sitka spruce top. The top’s spruce X-braces are scalloped, which beefs up the low end significantly. The ’s lovely herringbone purfling gives it a vintage vibe. And, with its black-and-white concentric circles, the three-ring rosette also offers a very vintage look.

    The slotted headstock looks really cool with the slots squared off at the top, which gives it a clean, almost Craftsman-style look. The butterbean Grover tuners are the perfect complement—quirky and exactly ornate enough. But truthfully, a slotted headstock is always a conundrum for me. I love the look, but I find changing strings is a pain. The fretboard is understated, with snowflake inlays at the fifth, seventh, and ninth frets. Ebony is also rare in this price range, so kudos once again for the ebony fretboard and bridge.

    The one-piece neck is solid mahogany with a handcut dovetail joint and a vintage-V profile. I’m not a fan of the profile, and I can’t help but think this is one place where it would make sense to compromise authentic vintage vibe for ergonomics. The body is small and comfortable, almost cuddly, so it’s disappointing that the neck doesn’t quite match it. However, the fit and finish are all spot on, and the handbuffed nitrocellulose is icing on the cake.

    Let’s Play
    The ROS is loud and very punchy, with a good growl, bark, and snap that is appealing for old-timey music or acoustic blues. In fact, the legendary Riley Puckett () was photographed frequently with a guitar that looks remarkably like this one, and his pioneering country runs are fun to play. For modern fingerstyle, it’s not quite rich enough for my ears, and the bark and snap that are so complementary to old-school tunes aren’t as flattering for Celtic and contemporary music. On the other hand, the ’s standard scale length makes it very friendly toward altered and open tunings. Dropped D, open G, and even open C tunings work great, allowing for even deeper explorations of traditional country and blues guitar.

    The Final Mojo

    The bar for the under-$ guitar has been raised significantly in the past couple of years. I’ve reviewed remarkable lower-priced guitars that play and sound better than some costing considerably more than a thousand dollars. Within that context, the ROS holds its own as a good deal at $, despite having room for improvement. It’s a lovely, well-made replica of the magical instruments of the ’20s and ’30s, and it has vintage cool to burn. Loud and punchy, it’s a great choice for old-time country, blues, and folk music.
    Buy if
    you want an extremely good replica of a s guitar for old-time country and blues picking.
    Skip if
    you have issues with V neck profiles or want a more versatile instrument.
    Rating


    Sours: https://www.premierguitar.com/recording-king-century-studio-series-rosfretacoustic-guitar-review

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