Recording King Professional Guitars and Banjos Based on Historic Designs

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Recording King Professional Guitars and Banjos Based on Historic Designs

September 1, 2021, Rancho Mirage, Calif. Recording King is very excited to share the newest member of the Dirty 30s Resonator family, the Minnie Bucker!

How could we make the D30s resonators any cooler? With a mini-humbucker of course!

The all-new Minnie Bucker starts with our hand-spun European cone (always spun, never stamped) for classic throaty resonator tone.

Then we add a great-sounding mini-humbucker for that extra drive and grit.

Wrap that up in mojo-packed finishes like ultra-swampy Black Matte, super cool Wabash Blue, or classic Brownburst, and you have a cool-sounding AND cool-looking guitar that will add some edge to your playing.

Recording King Introduces the “Minnie Bucker” Resonator with Mini Humbucking Pickup

The all new Minnie Bucker resonator is packed with down-low, dirty, swampy tone, thanks to the hand-spun European resonator cone and great sounding mini-humbucker in the neck.

Recording King proudly introduces the Minnie Bucker — a mini-humbucker equipped, single 0 size wood body resonator — to the best-selling Dirty 30s lineup.

If you’re looking to add a bit of grit to your playing, the Minnie Bucker’s mini humbucker can go from just a swampy touch of dirt, to crazy blues crunch. The responsive pickup helps tone freaks like you dial in the perfect tone using only your hands.

Adding a pickup would mean nothing if these guitars didn’t start with the most fundamental building blocks of great resonator tone. The top-shelf Recording King hand-spun European resonator cone delivers classic throaty, honky resonator goodness. (Always check your cones, make sure your next resonator has a spun cone, never stamped! –Travis Atz, RK Director of Product)

Likewise, the small body design pairs perfectly with the pedestal soundwell and 12-fret neck joint for a guitar that’s lively, loud and resonant, but small enough to take anywhere.

It sounds great acoustically too, thanks to a spruce soundboard and a biscuit bridge, so you’ll have all the classic reso sound on tap whether you plug in or not.

Experience a new sound for all your Bluegrass songs and the dirty 30’s style (The Bluegrass Standard)

It wouldn’t be a Dirty 30s guitar without the classic RK design mojo, and the Minnie Bucker is no exception. Available in ultra-swampy Black Matte, super cool Wabash Blue (both with checkerboard purfling) and classic Brownburst.

Spruce Top, 0 Size Body

Recording King Hand-Spun European Resonator Cone

Mini Humbucker Pickup

Pedestal Soundwell Design

Maple/Ebony Biscuit Bridge

Matching Headstock Overlay

Learn more about the Minnie Bucker Resonator guitar : Here

The Minnie Bucker Resonator is available now, at a $399.99 street price.

 

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