The Troubadour acoustic guitar is built with the same care and attention to detail as all Recording King instruments. The Troubadour RNJ-16 was designed based on the classic Nick Lucas-style guitars o... Click To Read More About This Product
The Troubadour acoustic guitar is built with the same care and attention to detail as all Recording King instruments. The Troubadour RNJ-16 was designed based on the classic Nick Lucas-style guitars of the 1920's.
To achieve the classic Recording King tone, the acoustic guitar's top is made of solid Sitka spruce and voiced with hand-shaped, fully scalloped x-bracing.
The back and sides are made from mahogany. The 4-1/2" extra-deep guitar body helps to add significant volume and bass for players looking for full, round tone and projection. The "C" profile neck of the Recording King Troubadour RNJ-16's is mahogany with dot 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 acoustic guitar has been carefully assembled to fit vintage specifications down to every last detail.
Body shape: troubadour
Top material: solid AA-grade Sitka spruce
Back material: mahogany
Side material: mahogany
Top bracing pattern: X-bracing
Top braces: hand-shaped scalloped spruce
Neck material: mahogany
Neck profile: "C"
Neck joint: hand-cut dovetail
Fretboard material: rosewood
Frets: 20 (14 open)
Scale length: 24-3/4"
Nut width: 1-11/16"
Nut material: bone
Headstock overlay: black
Headstock inlay: crown and block
Tuning machines: Grover butterbean
Body binding: white
Rosette: white/black/white with bound soundhole
Top purfling: black/white
Fretboard inlays: mother-of-pearl dot
Fretboard binding: white
Bridge material: rosewood
Bridge shape: straight
Bridge pins and endpin: ivory color
Finish: polyurethane, vintage sunburst
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