Street Price $349.99 / Summer NAMM Booth #1408
HAYWARD, CA—The Recording King RD-10 is the first of its kind. An all-solid guitar with a street price of $349 is a new precedent for the industry.
Crafted by the same artisans that build our best-selling 12-fret guitars, but with low-key ornamentation, the RD-10 was made to be played, not to hang on the wall.
Beginning with a solid Sitka spruce top with hand-scalloped bracing and solid mahogany back and sides, the RD-10 has the full-bodied tone and projection players expect from a dreadnought guitar. The comfortable C-shaped neck fits perfectly in the hand, and the 1-11/16” bone nut is impeccably spaced for strumming or precise picking. Thanks to its 25.4” scale, the RD-10 has the volume on tap to stand out whether playing solo or in an ensemble. The unadorned Recording King headstock and tortoise body binding give this guitar the perfect touch of class for either a concert or a beach party.
Simple and minimally appointed, yet designed from the same plans as all of our Classic Series guitars, the RD-10 delivers the rich, warm sound Recording King's guitars have already become known for.
The RD-10 has a street price of $349.99 and comes with Recording King's industry-leading lifetime warranty.
For more information on Recording King, visit www.recordingking.com.
Be sure to visit us in Booth #1408 at Summer NAMM (open to the public on Saturday!), July 21-23, 2011!