Recording King 'Swamp Dog' Metal Body Resonator, Style-0, Chicken Foot Coverplate 'Swamp Dog' Metal Body Resonator, Style-0, Chicken Foot Coverplate
  • Bell Brass Body

  • European Recording King Handspun Resonator Cone

  • Distressed Vintage Green

  • Grover Open Gear Tuners

  • Limited Edition Model

Modeled after the original pre-war resonator guitars, Recording King resonators are some of the foremost metal body guitars on the market. Thanks to traditional bell brass body construction, they deliver incredible projection and classic resonator tone.

The Recording King RM-997-VG features a 9.5" hand-spun European Recording King cone, a mahogany neck and a hard maple bridge. The aged green patina finish is oxidized like it's been played on a swampy porch for years.

From professional artists to beginners, these resonators have made a huge impression on players looking for classic resonator tone and vintage inspiration.

SPECIFICATIONS Model #:RR-997-VG Body: Bell Brass Resonator Cone: RK Handspun Resonator Cone Body finish: Distressed Vintage Green Neck shape: C Nut width: 1-3/4" Fingerboard: Revebond Neck wood: Mahogany Scale length: 24-7/8" Number of frets: 19 Neck finish: Satin Brown Pickup/preamp: No Headstock overlay: Black Tuning machines: Grover Open Gear Bridge: Maple Biscuit Saddle & nut: Ebony/Maple Saddle; Bone Nut Number of strings: 6 Special features: RK Handspun Resonator Cone, Distressed Finish

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SM Hanson Music Inc.

Salina, KS, United States
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