Recording King Rg-32 Lap Steel Guitar Sunburst

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The solid mahogany body and the string-through-body design makes for full, powerful sustain. A single P-90 pickup gives the RK Lap Steel the classic lap steel tone. The classic sunburst model has traditional-style tuners on a Recording King headstock. The single volume and tone controls allow players to shape their tone easily and effectively, from classic country lines to searing blues licks. Cas More
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