Ryan Nightingale Grand Soloist 10-String Walnut/Bearclaw Sitka Sitka *VIDEO*

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Eddie's Guitars
St. Louis, MO, United States
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The Nightingale is Ryan Guitars' most versatile model, featuring tremendous bass, iridescent trebles, and warm, sustaining tone. Expect balanced string-to-string clarity and separation, consistent, clear articulation up and down the fretboard, and the full suite of Ryan design innovations. Suited for fingerstyle, single note lead, strumming, Celtic ballads, open tuning, and lush open chords.

Other specifications include:

  • California Walnut Back and Sides
  • Master Grade Bear Claw Sitka Spruce Soundboard
  • Non Cutaway
  • Ebony Binding Theme
  • Paua Soundboard Purfling
  • Blue Paua "R" Logo
  • Wide Walnut Rosette with Blue Paua Purfling
  • Gotoh Super 510 Gold Machine Heads with Ebonoid Buttons and Embossed "R" Logo
  • Art Deco Fretboard Inlay (Complete Inlay)
  • Innovation Suite (Ryan Ergonamic Bevel with Flutes, EO Bracing, Acoustic Honeycomb, Ryan Micro Adjustable Truss Rod System, Titanium Bridge Pins and A5 "Racing Stripe" Kerfed Liner)
  • Calton Flight Case
  • #1093

For more information about the Ryan Nightingale Grand Soloist, please contact us.

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