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Regal Rd-05 Resonator Bass Guitar …

Regal Rd-05 Resonator Bass Guitar  ...Regal – Regal Rd-05 Resonator Bass Guitar Sunburst
An old favorite has just returned to the Regal line of Resophonic guitars-it’s the Regal RD-05 acoustic bass guitar! The Regal RD-05 is the acoustic bass you can hear in any playing situation with a deep, rich tone that can be heard above all the other instruments. It responds just as well in the studio as it responds on the stage and the built-in resonator cone amplifying system gives you as big a tone as many conventional acoustic basses. However the RD-05 is somewhat compact and easy to manage unlike those large and cumbersome acoustic basses.Spruce topMahogany back, sides and neckRosewood fingerboard with M.O.P. dot position markersMulti-ply ivoroid bound body and bound fingerboardUnique tortoise-style peghead overlayRock maple saddle & bone nutSpun 10-1/2″ aluminum coneRock maple sound wellSealed die-cast tuners with 15:1 gear ratio17th-fret neck/body joint, 23 frets totalScale length is 30″Sunburst finishChrome plated parts
Regal, Resonators RD-05

Regal Rd-40 Round Neck Resonator Guitar …

Regal Rd-40 Round Neck Resonator Guitar  ...Regal – Regal Rd-40 Round Neck Resonator Guitar Black
At the top of the line of the Regal Studio Series Resophonic Guitars, the RD-40 Round Neck Resonator has been redesigned from the inside out making it one of the best values when it comes to truly vintage-inspired, professional featured, resophonic instruments. Using Regal’s many years of experience in the development and construction of traditional American acoustic instruments, they discovered ways to improve upon the most legendary designs from the past without pricing them out of the reach of any level player. Only the finest materials are used to create these new designs that reminisce of the past, while still meeting the demands of today’s modern players. The new body shape takes its cues from instruments of the past; while the real secret to the tone of these instruments lies within. It all starts with a combination of Regal exclusives, such as the Power Reflex Tone Chamber for added volume, the DP-126 die-cast spider for its bell-like response, and a US-made, hand-spun aluminum cone. All together work in perfect harmony to assure the maximum, most articulate tone that can be heard in any playing situation.RoundneckSpruce top Quarter-sawn mahogany back and sidesMahogany, slimmer neck with 2-way adjustable truss rod with metal truss rod cover Rosewood fingerboard with motherof-pearl dot position markersMulti-ply ivoroid bound body and bound fingerboardBound peghead with rosewood overlay, inlaid with a floral design of mother of pearl, abalone, and red coral1-11/16″ nut widthRock maple saddle and bone nutExtra-wide string spacing at saddle for playing comfortSaga’s Power Reflex resonator chamberUSA-made aluminum coneGolden Gate DP-126 spiderBug-eye screen coverSealed die-cast tuners with 15:1 gear ratioNickel-plated hardwareShop adjusted
Regal, Resonators RD-40B

Regal Rc-51 Tricone Resonator …

Regal Rc-51 Tricone Resonator  ...Regal – Regal Rc-51 Tricone Resonator Guitar
The Regal RC-51 Tricone Resonator Guitar has the richness and warmth of tone that’s dazzled audiences for 75 years. The body is bell-brass, heavily nickel-plated to a mirror finish, and fitted with a traditional sand-cast T-style spider for great sound. The fast mahogany neck has a rosewood fretboard, adjustable truss rod, 1-3/4″-wide bone nut, high-quality sealed-gear Schaller tuners, and a striking art deco pearloid peghead overlay. The hardware is nickel-plated brass.In the 1920s the guitar was coming out of the parlor and into the concert hall. The technology of the early 1900s, driven by the phonograph and radio, was causing a musical revolution. Amplification was required, and the Dopyera brothers of southern California answered the call. Using 3 spun aluminum speaker cones, a mechanical amplification system was created that allowed the guitar to be heard in the back row of the auditorium. From the jazz bands of the ’20s, through the Hawaiian craze of the ’30s, from Chicago down to the Delta, the sound of the Tricone defined an era. Its warm, rich tone was the signature sound of blues legends such as Tampa Red, Bukka White, Peetie Wheatstraw, and Kansas Joe McCoy.Bell brass bodyTraditional sand-cast T-style spider for great soundSlim mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod1-3/4″ wide bone nutNickel-plated brass hardwareSchaller ST6 tunersBeautiful iridescent peghead overlay
Regal, Resonators RC-51

Regal Rc-2 …

Regal Rc-2  ...Regal – Regal Rc-2 Duolian
The Regal RC-2 Duolian has been a favorite with blues legends since it was first introduced in 1931. This modern version has been upgraded with a fully adjustable neck, a rosewood fingerboard, and a 14th-fret neck joint. 15:1 ratio machine heads tune easily and securely. The rolled-in F-holes, coverplate, and tailpiece are true to the vintage original Duolian. The spun resonator cone with wooden biscuit bridge provides the amazing tone that has made this guitar a classic. The Duolian was a favorite with blues legends such as Son House, Bukka White, and Tampa Red when it first appeared in 1931, because it offered the volume and projection they needed while maintaining the tone they required. As its sound spread throughout the Delta more and more musicians turned to the Duolian, and it became the amplified guitar of the 1930s with its sharp attack and rapid decay. When the blues migrated from the Mississippi Delta to Chicago, so did the Duolian. It became a staple of the south side Chicago blues scene in the ’40s, ’50s, and beyond.BodyBack and Side Material: Bell BrassBinding: NoneBody/Top Material: Bell BrassBody Plating: Nickel-platedBody Style: DuolianBridge Type: Biscuit-StyleCover Plate Design: Colander PatternNeckFingerboard and Peghead Binding: NoneFingerboard Material: Indian RosewoodFingerboard Position Inlays: ABS DotsHardware Plating: NickelHeadstock Style: SolidInlay Style: Deco OverlayNeck Finish: Natural High GlossNeck Material: MahoganyNeck Shape: RoundNumber of Frets Clear: 14Number of Frets Total: 19Nut Material: BoneNut Width: 1-3/4″Other Peghead OverlayPearloidRecommended StringsResonator9 1/2″ Spun Aluminum ConeSaddleMapleScale Length25″Soundhole ShapeF-HoleTop PurflingNoneTruss RodAdjustableTuning Machine PlatingChromeTuning MachinesModern Sealed Gear with Metal Buttons
Regal, Resonators RC-2
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Regal Rc-43 Antiqued Nickel-Plated Body …

Regal Rc-43 Antiqued Nickel-Plated Body  ...Regal – Regal Rc-43 Antiqued Nickel-Plated Body Triolian Resonator Guitar Antique Nickel-Plated
You don’t have to get in a time machine to find that expensive vintage collectible. It’s here for you right now at an amazingly affordable price! The Regal RC-43 Triolian-style metal-body guitar has the sound, the feel and the look of that 80-year-old collectible you’ve been thinking of. With its steel body nickel-plated in an antique finish, you can hardly believe this is a new guitar. The spun aluminum resonator cone with wooden biscuit bridge provides the correct, historical sound along with immense volume and carrying power. The mahogany neck is slimmed down for modern tastes, while the slotted peghead with pearloid overlay is totally original. An adjustable truss rod is another modern improvement that makes the RC-43 the best of both worlds, the old and the new!Antique nickel-plated finish, steel body Slim mahogany neck with adjustable truss rodTraditional slotted peghead with elegant pearloid peghead overlay and Regal logoRosewood fingerboard with pearloid dot position markersTraditional 12th-fret neck/body joint1-3/4 inch nut width 9-1/2 inch spun aluminum resonator cone with authentic wooden biscuit bridgeVintage-style nickel-plated Colander coverplateDistinctive brass truss rod coverNickel-silver fretsHigh-quality vintage style open gear tuners with 14:1 gear ratio and pearloid buttonsShop adjusted
Regal, Resonators RC-43

Regal Rc-58 Tricone Metal Body Resonator …

Regal Rc-58 Tricone Metal Body Resonator  ...Regal – Regal Rc-58 Tricone Metal Body Resonator Guitar Texas Tea Round Neck
The Regal RC-58 Tricone Metal Body Resonator Guitar has spun aluminum cones and traditional T-style spider/bridge pump out bold volume with enhanced tonal complexity. Slim mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod lets you set the action wherever you like it for lightning-fast fingered runs and slick slide legato without fret collisions. The Regal RC-58 resonator has chrome die-cast tuners, elegant pearloid peghead overlay, and exclusive “Texas Tea” black powder-coated finish.Pellet-blasted, oil-rubbed brass bodyTraditional art deco body designSlim mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod15:1 ratio cast sealed tunersSpun aluminum conesExquisite mother-of-pearl peghead overlay”Texas Tea” black powder-coated finishShop adjusted
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