Up for grabs is a New Old Stock Slope-Shoulder Dread for that old-time look and feel. This has been on our wall for a while so you can now get it for a steal! This is a bit of a scratch and ding - not too much going on but just some light surface scratches throughout - the kind you would typically find on new old stock that's been humidified and well cared for.
Recording King put everything great about their slope-shoulder guitars into an amazing-sounding 12-fret instrument that delivers traditional slope-shoulder sound, but benefits from the additional warmth that comes from the 12-fret neck joint.
Assembled from all-solid tonewoods, the RAJ-122 starts with a solid AA grade Sitka spruce top and solid African mahogany back and sides. The 1-11/16" bone nut is perfectly comfortable for strumming, fingerstyle or flatpicking, and combined with the bone saddle, helps to give these guitars and additional degree of brightness and clarity.
It's finished in vintage sunburst with a classic black pickguard, ivory Golden Age tuning machines and the historic Recording King headstock.
- Body Size - Slope-Shoulder Dreadnought
- Top - Solid AA Grade Sitka Spruce
- Back & Sides - Solid African Mahogany
- Body Finish - Gloss
- Neck Joint - Dovetail
- Bracing - X Bracing
- Bridge - Rosewood
- Saddle - Bone
- Fingerboard - Rosewood
- Neck - Mahogany
- Neck Shape - C-shape
- Nut - Bone
- Nut Width - 1.69"
- Scale Length - 25.4"
- Number of Frets - 20