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Recording King RNJ-25 Century Series Jubilee Troubador Solid Wood Acoustic Guitar
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Beautiful all-solid woods, classic inlay design, and hand-shaped fully scalloped X-bracing on a guitar belonging to the ages.The Century Jubilee Seri...Click To Read More About This Product
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Beautiful all-solid woods, classic inlay design, and hand-shaped fully scalloped X-bracing on a guitar belonging to the ages.
The Century Jubilee Series Troubadour guitar is built with the same care and attention to detail as all Recording King instruments. The Troubadour's design is based on the classic Nick Lucas-style guitars of the 1920's.
To achieve the legendary Recording King tone, the top is made of solid Sitka spruce and voiced with hand-shaped, fully scalloped X-bracing. The all-solid back and sides are made from solid figured maple. The 4-1/2" extra-deep body helps to add significant volume and bass for players looking for full, round tone and projection. The œC" profile neck is made from a single piece of solid mahogany with traditionally styled inlay on the rosewood fretboard.
With a classic 1-11/16" nut width, a truly historic scale length of 24-3/4" and a bone nut and saddle, the Recording King Troubadour has been carefully assembled to fit vintage specifications down to every last detail.
Troubadour body style
Solid mahogany back and sides
Solid Sitka spruce top
Dovetail neck joint
Rosewood bridge and fingerboard
1-2/3" nut width
Grover butterbean tuners
- Troubadour body style
- Solid figured maple back and sides
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- 24-3/4" scale
- Dovetail neck joint
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood bridge and fingerboard
- C-shape neck
- 20 frets
- 1-3/4" nut width
- 20 frets
- Grover butterbean tuners
- Nickel hardware
- Hand-rubbed nitrocellulose lacquer finish
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Comments about Recording King RNJ-25 Century Series Jubilee Troubador Solid Wood Acoustic Guitar:
Ok, I have too many guitars and the economy is terrible. So I got permission for this purchase. I was looking for a small Gibson style L00. Most lacked the sound quality I wanted. I have a 40's Gibson L00, others include Taylor, Gibson, Larivee. The guitar needed the neck adjusted to level it out, other than that the set up was good. The overall quality and looks are great. The sound cannot be beat for the money and even for more money it may be hard. If you are looking for a small body with a great sound but different from your 000 or dreadnaught, give this one a try. I don't think you will be sorry.