Bargain hunters: Thomann is offering a massive discount of 50% or more on these four Recording King acoustic guitars, including the ROA-9-RWB Limited that looks like the famous guitar Pat Smear used on MTV Unplugged when he played with Nirvana!
Recording King Deal
This little deal is strictly first come, first served. And the numbers are limited, so don’t hang around too long deciding which one you want. All four of these Recording King acoustic guitars are at least 50% off their normal price, so quite the bargain.
ROC-9-MBL Century 33 Limited
This ROC-9-MBL Century 33 Limited* is a 000 size acoustic with a solid spruce top. It comes in a very fetching blue finish and was a limited edition run when it was launched back at the 2018 NAMM show.
Recording King ROA-9-RWB Limited – or ‘Pat Smear’ Nirvana MTV Unplugged model
Based, again, on the Bakersfield original famously played by Pat Smear when he accompanied Nirvana during the MTV Unplugged session, this tri-coloured ROA-9-RWB Limited* is also a limited edition from the 2018 model year. To get this guitar at this price is a total bargain. Certainly a model that will stand out from the crowd!
This 000-14 size acoustic has a solid sitka spruce top and looks pretty special. You know everyone will want know what it is, and where you got it from. You might also get this one for a bit cheaper than Kurt Cobain’s Martin, which is about to go up for auction and starts at around a $1million.
Recording King RP-A9M
The Recording King RP-A9M* is a 0 size acoustic and part of their EZ Tone Plus series. It has a solid Engelmann spruce top and solid African mahogany back and sides, with scalloped-X bracing. At this price, it’s a real steal in my opinion. I can’t see these hanging around for long.
Recording King RP-M9M
Last, but certainly not least, is the Recording King RP-M9M*. This Dreadnought acoustic is the largest body of the four. It’s got a solid Sitka spruce top and is going for a price that is, frankly, pretty insane. A great guitar for belting out the campfire tunes on.
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