Regal likely borrowed the body shape used
by Gibson for their KG-11 model to build this lovely guitar.
This model was meant to compete with the Kalamazoo and
related lines. Regal sold these guitars under their own
label, as well as re-branded them for other guitar makers. I
have only seen a handful of these guitars survive,
especially in good condition.
The guitar measures 38 1/2 inches long,
10 inches across the upper bout, and 15 inches across the
lower bout and 4 inches deep at the end pin.
This is a great blues box, with a strong ladder-braced sound, and made as a Spanish model, not a square neck.
The nut is 1 3/4 inches wide
and the scale is 24 3/4 inches.
Spruce top, mahogany back and sides.