Recording King RGA-A3M-CFE4 Acoustic-Electric EZ Tone Series

Recording King

$328.99 $507.98

Recording King's EZ Tone series now features a stage-ready powerhouse of a guitar. The Grand Auditorium EZ Tone model features a Solid Engelmann Spruce top for warm responsive tones, and a body shape that is extremely even across the frequency range. The treble side cutaway allows easy access for high melodic playing, and the 1-11/16" nut width makes this guitar a perfect low-position strummer as well. The Fishman Presys EQ is great for the stage or recording, and the onboard tuner is great for anytime.

Used Certified {mint condition}  B-Stock piece*


ack Material
  • Mahogany
Body Features
  • Cutaway
Body Shape
  • Auditorium
Fretboard Material
  • Composite
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Sides Material
  • Mahogany
Top Material
  • Spruce

*We personally and meticulously select the best amazing quality refurbished instruments from the best certified distributor, based in Texas, that all major brands trust and use. Rest assured the ‘refurbished/used’ instruments we feature on Rockin’ Instruments are in mint condition and play like new.

Their factory is one of the largest and highest volume shops in the country. Their restoration shop has been awarded a "Gold" level certification from Fender and employs one "Gold," six "Silver," and several "Bronze" level repair technicians. They receive instruments directly from manufacturers for various reasons including; discontinued products, cosmetic flaws, minor repairs. This means when the refurbishing factory received the instrument directly from the manufacturer, their technicians inspected the instrument and determined the instrument had no flaws. 

Then, each instrument is inspected, tested, and professionally set up by certified technicians. Every instrument goes through five different inspections. Before being shipped to us, the Quality Control Manager decides which level of condition the instrument is in. The factory then lightly stamps "USED" onto the instrument. They also provide the instrument with a new serial number to avoid false warranty claims.