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Tacoma Roadking RM6C Acoustic Guitar  

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    Performance, tone, and comfort with all solid woods.

    The solid Sitka spruce top on the cutaway dreadnought body of the Tacoma Roadking RM6C Acoustic Guitar produces balanced low-end delivery while the thin one-piece mahogany neck provides fast-playing comfort. Solid mahogany back and sides deliver supreme resonance and warm up the high end. Unique sound hole design allows lighter, simpler structural bracing and makes mic placement easier. Rosewood fingerboard, uniquely designed rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, clear pickguard, and tortoise-shell binding add to its distinctive appearance.

    Features
    • Solid Sitka spruce top
    • Solid mahogany back and sides
    • One-piece mahogany neck
    • Rosewood fretboard and bridge
    • Tortoise binding
    • Chrome hardware
    • Clear pickguard
    • 25-1/2" scale

    This guitar will only get better with age. Make a lifetime investment today!

     
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    4.0

    Not bad for an $800 guitar

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    It's not too shabby. I bought it used at a local guitar shop for $200 (lucky me). The tone sounds great. It's bodywork is very appealing. I like the guitar. Some future advice: buy elixir strings to get the best sound of it.

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