Hayward, CA -- Recording King introduces the all-solid RD-310 with Adirondack Spruce top for players who want the increased volume and projection of an Adirondack top with an affordable price tag. Adirondack Spruce (or Red Spruce) has become a serious buzzword over the past year.
Adirondack Spruce tops have been a prized choice for guitar tops since the 1920's, and players are discovering it again. Adirondack is considered more resonant than Sitka and has a unique wide-grain pattern that makes Adirondack guitar tops aesthetically unique. The RD-310 delivers everything great about Adirondack, with an all-solid body and a $499 price tag.
Designed for players who need to cut through the mix with the extra volume and projection of an Adirondack top, the RD-310 also has solid mahogany back and sides for a traditional dreadnought sound. With a thin “C” profile mahogany neck and 1-11/16” nut width, guitarists will find the RD-310 to be extremely comfortable, and the bone nut and saddle and deluxe Grover Rotomatic tuners keep it in perfect tune even after hours of playing.
The RD-310 brings the tonal superiority and unique character of Adirondack Spruce to guitarists at a price that won't break the bank. The RD-310 has a MAP of $499.99 and comes with Recording King's industry-leading lifetime warranty.
See the newest Recording King guitars and banjos at Summer NAMM, booth #1408, and learn more online at: http://www.recordingking.com/