R360SMK shares the base with the R360K, with the main difference being in the selection of tonewoods (360K has trembesi back & sides, SMK has spalt maple). It is slightly more expensive than its sibling (SMK costs $649, while 360K comes in at $599).
R360SMK starts off with a non-cutaway parlor body, biscuit resonator cone, 24-3/4" scale, 12th fret dovetail neck joint, distressed bronze hardware, and authentic early 20th-century styling. Natural is the only available color option. Main construction features include spalt maple back, sides & top (white binding, biscuit resonator cone, stylized "f" holes), mahogany neck (V profile, 2-way truss rod), and 18-fret rosewood fingerboard (1-7/8" bone nut, Fancy 1890`s inlays).
Other notable features include a rosewood bridge, quarter-sawn spruce bracing, and distressed bronze tuners.
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