Recording King recently brought some sweet new finishes to its lineup of Dirty 30s resonators, and now the company has further expanded the line with a mini-humbucker-equipped model.
Quite appropriately named the Minnie Bucker, this resonator – like its Dirty 30s brethren – features a Single-O body, a spruce top with white wood back and sides, a pedestal-style soundwell with a hand-spun 9.5-inch Recording King cone, a nato neck with a 20-fret ovangkol fingerboard, and a maple/ebony biscuit bridge.
The onboard mini-humbucker allows players to kick things up a notch, with – according to Recording King – everything from a nice touch of added grit to more formidable, bluesy crunch on tap.
The Recording King Minnie Bucker Dirty 30s resonator is available now – in Black Matte, Wabash Blue and Brownburst finishes – for the very attractive price of $399.
For more info, stop by Recording King.