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Recording King RD-318 Adirondack

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Steel-String Guitar

  • Top: Solid 30-year-old Adirondack spruce
  • Back and sides: Solid mahogany
  • Bracing Forward Shifted X
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard and bridge: Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
  • Neck profile: Thin V
  • Scale: 645 mm (25.4")
  • Nut width: 42.90 mm (1 11/16")
  • Bone nut
  • 20 Frets
  • Open gear machine heads with Butterbean buttons
  • Colour: Natural high gloss
Top Spruce, Solid
Cutaway No
Fretboard Rosewood
Nut width in mm 42,90 mm
Frets 20
Pickups No
Colour Natural
Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
Myynnissä vuodesta Huhtikuu 2020
Tuotenumero 492557
549 €
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Great value for money
Killerkaare 11.12.2020
This guitar sounds great. Very responsive. Great woody tone. Pretty loud. Dynamic. I really like how the headstock looks. I also own the RO-328 and I think the laquer is to thick on both. Had been better with a different thinner finish. The tuners on this guitar are sub standard. The RO-328 have open butterbean Grover tuners which are pretty good, but this one have some cheaper knock offs. They do the job but you?d be better of changing them in the long run.
The guitar was set up pretty bad. The string hight was more than 1 mm higher on the 12th fret than «standard» and high on the nut. Made it really hard to play but with a capo it was ok. I play pretty hard on .013 strings so a high action is pretty good for me but this was too high. Had to tighten the neck, file down both the bridge and the nut. When that was done it became a different guitar. So easy to play. I guess you have to expect things like this when you get a guitar this cheap with specs like this. They have to cut corners some places. For me it seems like the corners/expenses were cut on laquer, setup, tuners and quality control out of the factory. I live in Norway and setup and new tuners (Grover butterbean open back) at my local luthier will cost about 200 euros. In my opinon this guitar is worth that times ten. This guitar is simply great, great value for the money. Highly recomended.
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Did not expect it to be this good
trident 14.07.2020
The guitar has a good weight to it, the finish is really well done, the neck does take a while to get used to, because it is a V shaped neck, actually kind of a deep V, you can actually feel the edge when picking it up. The Adirondack top is superb, I do not know what happened to the wood in 30 years, but I guess the global warming had something to do with it, because it sounds a lot more older and dried out. The back and sides mahogany is a another really good choice, the wood is really well selected. I had the luck to receive one from a batch that actually has a flamed mahogany look to it, which is quite rare. The guitar feels so balanced, the highs are crisp and the lows are well defined. It immediately became a favourite in my collection (Martins, Freshmans, Taylors), no doubt. I highly recommend buying one, even if not tried before. This was my case anyway, it was a blind buy, especially because of the Adirondack 30 years old top and it was totally worth it.
Bonus: I actually own another RK guitar, the RD-T16 which is another good instrument, has Adirondack torrefied top with laminated mahogany back and sides. You can immediately sense the difference between them, the RD-T16 feels drier and uncompressed and unbalanced, has a more vintage vibe to it, and the harmonics aren't really there. It can be a little loud sometimes as well. You would expect them to sound close to each other but really there are major differences. So, if you are undecided between the two, pick the RD-318, the price/quality ratio is definitely in your favour! Cheers
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Very happy with this guitar
GBVHDBS 08.02.2021
I bought this guitar after hearing so many good things about Recording Kings and this particular model. It hasn't disapointed and has such a rich sound. The neck takes getting used to. For the price this was an excellent buy.
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