Here it is, the singing pie-plate, the high-moanin' hubcap, the Recording King Dirty 30's Resonator guitar. Play it with finger picks or a flat pick, use a slide bar (or CoricIdan bottle) or fret it. ... Click To Read More About This Product
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Here it is, the singing pie-plate, the high-moanin' hubcap, the Recording King Dirty 30's Resonator guitar. Play it with finger picks or a flat pick, use a slide bar (or CoricIdan bottle) or fret it. This inexpensive resonator delivers classic style and a vintage resonator tone that is perfect for old-school blues and slide players. The single 0 size resonator drips with vibe, from the f-holes and tailpiece to the classic sunburst matte finish.
Traditional resonator sound is delivered from a hand-spun 9.5 cone in a pedestal soundwell. Soundposts surround the circle of the soundwell and the cone vibrations are free to bounce within the full cavity of the body. The f-holes are placed to optimize bass and treble frequencies as they exit the body for the perfect dry, throaty resonator tone.
Whether you're a songwriter who wants vintage blues or slide sound, or a first-time player who wants something a little cooler, get traditional resonator tone in a road-worthy small body from the Recording King Dirty 30's Resonator single 0. Recording King's Dirty 30's Series gives players authentic vintage style with the reliability of modern design.
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Comments about Recording King Dirty 30's Resonator Guitar:
Let me be clear, I bought this as an open box online and did in fact return it. But it's not a bad guitar. Good neck, nice tone, a little bit of buzzing, but I think whoever returned it may have sanded down the bridge. A couple of fret ends needed dressing, but not badly. Wasn't thrilled with the tuners, the G was particularly stiff, and the headstock shape makes them tougher to turn, except for the A and B, the others are to close to the headstock. I ended up trading it in for a Gretsch.