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Guitar Revival Mahogany Dreadnought

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Revival RG-27 Sitka Spruce Mahogany Dreadnought Guitar
A step up to something more professional without spending thousands. 
Guitar Revival Mahogany Dreadnought
Revival RG-27 Sitka Spruce Mahogany Dreadnought Guitar
Does NOT include guitar case.
RG-27
Above all, the Revival’s RG-27 Dreadnought (Gloss finish) is quite the tone cannon!
A Solid Sitka Spruce top(with nice tight grain) with a solid Mahogany back & sides really have great projection and clarity.
Built like the older guitars your grandfather played with scalloped forward X-bracing, Abalone  inlay, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard,  Chrome Grover tuners,  and D’Addario strings the guitar is a bluegrass pickin’ machine!

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  • Solid Sitka Spruce Top
  • Solid Mahogany Back & Sides
  • Solid Mahogany Neck
  • X-Bracing, Dovetail Neck Joint
  • 1 11/16″ Nut Width
  • Chrome Grover Tuners
  • Graphtec Tusq Nut/ Saddle
  • Maple Binding
  • Abalone Rosette
  • D’Addario Strings
In the quest for an all solid wood dreadnought size guitar. The Revival RG-27 is well worth some strong consideration. Given the quick response that mahogany wood provides along with a solid Engleman spruce top. This guitar is a proven combination that guitar players can rely on to deliver their sound.

 

The Revival RG-27 is the big dog, this dreadnought size guitar is designed for going to battle with; (hence the name dreadnought). This guitar is versatile enough for fingerstyle playing. But it really excels at flat-picking and is primarily designed for that style in mind.
For instance, this guitar plays quick and is satisfying right out of the box and doesn’t require a heavy-handed approach. As it responds well to any style the player chooses.
I think it’s important to point out here:
However, because it’s an all solid wood instrument the overall sound or tone of the guitar will continue to develop. As it’s played in and ages over time and after a decade the guitar will have settled into its own and really sound great!
It is important to consider the size of the guitar you want/need. Because a lot of people own a dreadnought size guitar without realizing. That it may be too much for them and swinging one’s arm around a big D sized body and sides may be a real chore unless you’re endowed with long arms or a large frame!

 

Guitar Revival Mahogany Dreadnought
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Weight 8 lbs
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