RD-310 from Recording King

Recording King has announced the debut of their latest solid-wood guitar, the RD-310.

It’s a 14-fret, dreadnaught body guitar with African mahogany back and sides, and an Adirondack (red) spruce top. The top braces are a forward-X (pre war) style, and the neck is mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard.

The body is sparsely appointed, much the 18-style guitars on which it is based. You can find full specifications on the Recording King web site.

The RD-310 sells for $499 with a limited lifetime warranty.

To help introduce this model to the market, Recording King has created a video of the RD-310 in action.

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  • Jim Moulton

    a bit jangly sounding for a 500 buck guitar, may sound better with some diferent strings