Their new Greenwich Village model is designed to offer hybrid styling and features – a 13 fret, dreadnaught scale on a deeper, smaller body.
It is offered in two wood options: the RNJ-26 features a solid spruce top with solid mahogany back and sides, while the RNJ-17 uses the same solid Sitka top with rosewood laminate back and sides. The 17 is made with a thin, C-shaped mahogany neck and the 26 uses what Recording King calls a “contemporary C.” Both are inlaid with an intricate Bell Flower and Diamond pattern.
The Greenwich Village guitars starts at a MAP of $549.99 for the 17. No price was announced for the 26.
The 116 is offered for $499.99, and again no price was announced for the 126.