RD-52 Artist Series Squareneck Black Lightning Resophonic Translucent Black


Make: Regal
Condition: Mint (Factory Blemished)
Year: 2020
Finish: Black



There’s never been another resophonic guitar like it – the Regal RD-52 is an unprecedented value with a style and look all its own! With its distinctive pearl peghead inlay design and unmatched build quality, it is no surprise that this popular Regal consistently outclasses anything at three times the price. Our goal from the very beginning was to combine all of the ground breaking design features and legendary tonal characteristics of vintage originals, with modern construction techniques to make instruments that are priced within the reach of the working musician or any square-neck enthusiast. Features include all mahogany construction with a rosewood fingerboard finished in a translucent glossy black that still lets the actual color of the wood shine through, a genuine US made cone, an old style sound well with parallelogram openings, a scale length of 25″, nickel-plated hardware, and the period correct California style body and neck shape. We believe that the RD-52 Black Lightning is the best value ever offered in a resophonic guitar and will satisfy any customer looking for that true square neck sound.

*This particular guitar is sold as B stock as the finish on the headstock is discolored from the factory*

  • All mahogany construction in a beautiful high gloss transparent black finish
  • Classic pre war 12th fret body joint
  • Attractive design peghead with Black Lightning inlay design
  • Regal’s vintage style rock maple trapezoid ported
  • Golden Gate’s patented spider and US made aluminum cone resonate

We are an authorized Regal dealer located in Red Lion Pa, and are committed to providing a high level of customer service. Be sure to stop by or send us a message with any questions or give us a call for an in hand description.


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