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Sitka spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, herringbone purfling, and grained ivoroid binding give a nod to this guitar's historic heritage.
The Recording King ROS-16 is a 12th fret OOO-style acoustic guitar crafted from a vintage 1902 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 acoustic guitar's 1-13/16" nut width is a fingerpicker's dream, and professional appointments like the ebony fretboard, ebony pyramid bridge, bone nut and saddle insure this acoustic guitar sounds as great as it looks. Case sold separately.
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: 25.4"
Frets: 20 (12 open)
Nut material: Bone
Nut width: 1-13/16"
Headstock type: slotted
Headstock overlay: rosewood
Tuning machines: Grover butterbean
Body binding: grained ivoroid
Top purfling: herringbone
Fretboard inlays: diamond and square, pattern 1
Bridge material: ebony
Bridge shape: pyramid style
Bridge pins & endpin: ivory with black dot
Finish: polyurethane, natural glossy
Case sold separately
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