Rathbone RS7SM All-Solid Orchestra Model, Volledig Massief Houten Gitaar

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Deze massieve Rathbone No.7 gitaar hebben we zorgvuldig afgesteld op een comfortabel speelgemak en optimale klank.



The RS7SM Rathbone No.7 Orchestra Model is an all-solid tonewood beauty that pairs a solid Sitka Spruce top with solid Mahogany back and sides for a much-loved traditional aesthetic and sound.

The OM body shape produces a naturally responsive and voluminous tone which is further enhanced through the use of a classic combination of all-solid Spruce and Mahogany tonewoods. You can expect a sweet and warm voice delivered with superb poise and balance.

So, if you’re a guitarist with an affection for a truly authentic acoustic sound paired with a timeless vibe, the RS7SM delivers both in equal measure.  Due to the environment in which it was initially designed to be used, the ‘OM’ was not a large-bodied guitar. In fact, few of the early ‘modern’ guitars would be considered large today. So, the ‘OM-sized’ Rathbone No.7 is not a large bodied guitar either, but the neck joins the body at the 14th fret, so the scale length is one that we would recognise from most modern guitars. When first used, this ‘long’ scale length was found to help deliver a remarkably, and some may say disproportionately, powerful and dynamic tone. The tuned strings are under greater tension than on shorter scale guitars, so they give a far greater tonal response and ‘punch’.

✅Deze Rathbone RS7SM is door ons afgesteld op een zeer comfortabel speelgemak en optimale klank.

Body Size: Orchestra Model
Type: Acoustic
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides: Solid Mahogany
Scale Length: 25.5″ / 650mm
Guitar Length: 42.2″ / 1072mm
Orientation: Right-handed
Neck: Mahogany
Fretboard: Rosewood
Bridge: Rosewood
Binding: Wood
Nut / Saddle: Bone (Nut 42mm)
Machineheads: Open-Gear Chrome
Finish: Gloss Lacquer

Extra informatie

Gewicht 5 kg

Rathbone Geschiedenis

A Barnes & Mullins Legacy.

Early in the company’s history, Messrs Barnes & Mullins moved their burgeoning musical instrument business from Wimborne, Dorset to Rathbone Place in London, W1. The move, in the year 1900, coincided with the beginning of a new era for music in the United Kingdom. Having established themselves as a musical duo within the fabric of Victorian London, the partners set about expanding their business: creating, sourcing and supplying the finest instruments from around the world.

With banjos and mandolins being the most common fretted instruments of their day, these instruments were naturally a focus for the pair, but not long after their move to Rathbone Place, the entrepreneurs turned their attention to sourcing what we would now recognise as acoustic, folk guitars.
As guitars became more popular – and most importantly were able to project their tones more effectively – they found their way into dance bands and contemporary orchestras, often instead of, or as a complement to, the banjo.

A handful of these innovative early Barnes & Mullins guitars – borne from the heart of Rathbone Place – are still in circulation today, over 100 years later. These original instruments stood the test of time and have been providing pleasure for generations.


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