Ranger is definitely the word that resonates most in Eko's history and that has helped to establish it as a brand at European level. Born with the name J-52 this guitar is updated and improved every time up to the versions J-54 (6 strings) and J-56 (12 strings) that in 1967 are named respectively Ranger VI and Ranger XII. Famous for their excellent value for money and for their indestructibility, they are still present today in the homes of many guitarists, perhaps in a corner of the living room as a piece of furniture.
This version is characterized by the classic Dreadnought shape with Spruce top and lime bottom and bands. The handle is in birch with a 20-key rosewood fretboard, plastic saddle and cap. Perfect for those taking the first step in the acoustic guitar world, it is available in several colors.
Back and sides: Linden
Handle: Birch glued with C profile
Keyboard: Rosewood with 20-key bindings
Capotasto and saddle: Plastic
VAN3L preamp system
Finishing: Brown Sunburst