Recording King RP1-16C_Torrefied_Adirondack_A17031271_2017

Recording King used solid torrefied Adirondack spruce tops as the foundation for the RP1-16C, a 12-fret single 0 cutaway with a dreadnought scale. These guitars sound great thanks to the vintage tone of the torrefied top, and the dreadnought scale gives them greater punch and projection beyond what you'd expect from a traditional 0 guitar.


The torrefied RP1-16C delivers vintage tone thanks to a specially cured top that produces similar tone to a vintage instrument that's been broken in for years. The small body combined with longer dreadnought scale gives the RP1 added punch and volume to cut through any mix. The RP1-16C is the perfect instrument for fingerstyle players thanks to the cutaway and 1-3/4" nut, delivering even, vintage-style tone everywhere on the fretboard.

Top Material:Solid Torrefied Adirondack Spruce

Back and sides Material:Mahogany

Top Bracing Pattern:Scalloped X-Bracing

Top Braces:Sitka Spruce

Neck Material:Mahogany

Neck Profile:Thin V

Neck Joint:Dovetail

Fretboard Material:Padauk

Scale Length:25.4"

# Of Frets Clear:12

# Of Frets Total:20

Nut Material:Bone

Nut Width:1-3/4"

Headstock Overlay:Padauk

Headstock Inlay:Recording King

Decal Banner

Tuning Machines:Grover Butterbean, V97-18N

Body Binding:Grained Ivoroid

Rosette:Classic Style

Top Purfling:Black/White

Fretboard Inlays:Small DotsFretboard


Bridge Material:Ebony

Bridge Shape:Pyramid


Bridge Pins & Endpin:Black with Abalone Dot




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