• Recording King RM-998-D Metal Body Resonator Guitar - Chickenfoot Coverplate

  • Butler Music is proud to add Recording King guitars to the great lines of products offered to our wonderful customers. Here is the info from Recording King on this great new guitar: 

  • Modeled after the original pre-war resonator guitars, our Recording King resonators are some of the foremost metal body guitars on the market. Thanks to their bell brass bodies, they have incredible projection and classic resonator tone.

    The Recording King Style-O features a 9.5" hand-spun European Recording King cone, a Honduran mahogany neck and a hard maple bridge. From professional artists to beginners, these resonators have made a huge impression on players.

  • Model #: RM-998-R Body: Nickel-Plated Bell Brass Neck: Mahogany Fretboard: Padauk Cone Material: Hand-Spun Aluminum Cone: Recording King, 9.5" Coverplate: Chicken Feet (RM-998-D) Bell Brass Tailpiece: Bell Brass Bridge: Hard Maple with Ebony/Maple Saddle Position Markers: M.O.P. Dot Tuners: Nickel-Plated Nut, Width: 1-3/4" Scale Length: 24-7/8" Finish Options: Nickel-Plated Bell Brass

    lassic nickel-plated bell brass body and RK’s own full-size hand-spun 9.5" cone. 

  • Recording King guitars never cut corners on the building blocks of great tone, and the Parlor Resonator delivers classic sound, tons of vibe and roadworthy reliability whether you’re just discovering resonator, or you’re a professional player.


ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • RM-998-D Style-0 Chicken Feet Resonator
  • Chrome
  • 2021
Made In
  • China
Body Shape
  • Parlor
Color Family
  • Silver
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Number of Frets
  • 19

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