~1949 Kay Kamico Archtop Acoustic

$495.00
Vintage Kay Kamico archtop acoustic. Beat up but our tech did some extensive work to it so now it plays great with excellent action. A real nice vintage archtop acoustic with a great look and sound for a nice price!
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~1952 Kay Model 11 Rhythm Special Archtop Acoustic

$999.00
Vintage original Circa 1952 Kay Model 11 Rhythm Special. Super rare Kay archtop. Plays fantastic. Neck feels just amazing. Beautiful curly maple back and sides. Signs of wear but plays great with a fantastic action!
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1944 Kay Patriot

$995.00
A relic from the war bonds days, a rare solid maple Kay archtop with patriotic appointments. Blue paint binding on top, headstock, and pickguard, with U.S. shield adorned on pickguard and headstock. 15.5" lower bout, 11" upper bout. There is a bow in the neck, so the action is high, but would make a great slide guitar.
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Kay Archtop

$519.00
Super cool, Kay Archtop, made in the USA. Plays great, and sounds really cool. The pick guard may not be original (looks a bit too large to me) although it's a vintage Kay. Otherwise, everything is original and in excellent condition. The neck slopes a bit at the very end near the body, but it's just the last few frets and they're not rally reachable anyway so... Comes with a non original chip...
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~1955 Kay all mahogany archtop

$450.00
Beautiful all mahogany natural finish Kay archtop. Clean, with just a few minor bumps and scratches. All laminates though, as was common with mid-grade Kays. Nice player with respectable tone. Pretty big neck. Has a 1 mm heel gap, but joint is rock solid. Carelessly left in hot car? Wood shrinkage? Doesn't look reset, but maybe... That's its only issue, and the action is still good, although the...
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~1965 Kay Galaxie

$795.00
Vintage original Kay Galaxie with Bernie Kessel P-90 pickup sounds amazing. Plays fantastic, too.
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~1963 Kay - Old Kraftsman Swingmaster

$900.00
Made by Kay, this is a very kool thin-line hollowbody guitar. All original, complete with "Tissue Box" pickups and that long, kool pickguard. Everything works as it should, plays,sounds and looks great!
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~1965 Kay Speed Demon 3 Pickup

$795.00
Vintage Kay 3 Pickup Speed Demon plays and sounds great. A killer deal on a great vintage hollow body electric. With cool original case too.
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~1961 Kay Old Krafstman 3 Pickup Swingmaster

$1,295.00
Early 60's Kay Old Kraftsman Swing Master plays and sounds amazing! Triple pickup! Has a fat neck and we like it that way. Pickups sound amazing, they are super warm and full, can be dialed in for anything from mellow jazz to jangly garage rock tones. With original case too!
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1954 Kay K1

$699.00
Great sounding 17 inch acoustic guitar with a spruce top and figured maple back and sides. This guitar has a super straight neck and low action and has no damage or wear.
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~1955 Kay 17-inch cutaway

$750.00
Likely a mid-'50s Kay laminate cutaway archtop in sunburst finish with no identifiable model number. Excellent all-original condition, with bound Brazilian fingerboard, but missing pickguard. Recent neck reset, and sounds great! No case.
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1957 Kay Silvertone Aristocrat

$1,595.00
1957 Kay made Silvertone Aristocrat in excellent condition. All original except for modern repro tuners in the correct style. Even has the orignal Sears sales slip and red plush soft case. This was the top of the line Silvertone hollowbody in 1957 and was sold for $135 with the case. These have a deeper body than the ones from a few years later and the extra cool Silvertone peghead overlay...
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1963 Kay Swingmaster K672

$1,295.00
1963 Kay Swingmaster model K672 in its original Tobacco Sunburst finish. It has a great playing neck with great frets having some fret buzz past the 12th fret as the base of the neck ramps up a bit. It's all original with the only exception being the nut, and is 100% complete including its original chipboard case. There are nicks + dings, finish checking, and other cosmetic wear, yet...
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1955 Kay K-172

$1,895.00
1955 Kay Pro model K-172 which was the predecessor to the Barney Kessel Pro. The neck is playable, but has some issues as it has been re-set, but still ramps up where the neck joins the body. The nut for the truss rod adjustment is missing. The action is high and there is fret buzz and some dead frets past the 12th fret. It's all original with the exception of the nut. There are nicks +...
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1957 Kay Artist Model 6700

$2,800.00
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~1961 Kay Swingmaster

$1,195.00
Semi-hollow Jazz, ca 1961, sunburst, 2 Gold K pickups, added Bigsby, black/white check binding, pearloid block fingerboard inlays, original openback Grovers, great player
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~1959 Kay K 8990, K UPBEAT

$1,450.00
KAY model K 8990, K UPBEAT archtop, c 1959, Gleaming Jet Black, one "K" pickup, adjustable tension slim "K" neck, Kelvinator headstock
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1959 Kay Upbeat

$1,700.00
1959 Kay Upbeat archtop guitar. Spruce top with nice flame maple on the back and sides. Good shape cosmetic shape with some dings and small dents on the body but structural sound. Frets and setup are great good working original electronics. No breaks or repairs includeds non-original hard case. Please email or call for shipping info, in-hand description or more...
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~1960 Kay N-10

$450.00
Classic all birch Kay single pickup archtop. Sixteen inch lower bouts. Beefy baseball bat neck. Original pickup was gone; replaced with goldfoil Teisco pup. If you can find one, an original pup can be put back on leaving no evidence of the replacement. Tailpiece is heavy duty high quality replacement. Plays and sounds fantastic. This guitar had been painted red! Yikes! Gave myself a ganglion cyst...
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1958 Kay Barney Kessel

$2,695.00
A very cool guitar here from Kay...It's the Barney Kessel model. This is a great playing guitar and has that old "mojo" sound everyone seams to be going for these days. Guitar is in great shape with a minor crack on the headstock (not the neck joint). All original, missing the pickguard.
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1939 OLD KRAFTSMAN Artchtop Electric

$1,195.00
Very rare vintage Old Kraftsman by Kay. One of the earliest archtop electrics. Plays and sounds great. Super rare early original pickup works great. Action is fantastic and playability is surprisingly great. Plays as great as she looks!
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1959 Silvertone 1425L

$1,350.00
Vintage 1959 Silvertone 1425L Aristocrat (Made by Kay) AND matching 1432 'matching' amp--[ sold separately or as a package] From original owner! A real KAY solid Archtop Spanish Electric Guitar with Case These old late 1950's Kay made Archtop guitars are fine instruments and still fun and affordable to collect and play. 'ALL' original, and very clean.[ and shiny] Factory "speed bump"...
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1951 Gibson ES-175

$3,395.00
This 1951 Gibson ES-175 with a rich sunburst was built during the third year of production for this model. Gibson started building the ES-175 in 1949 and thanks to the guitars enduring qualities it still remains a favorite to this day. The archtop single Florentine cutaway electric guitar has dual f holes, a triple bound top and a single bound back. The top is laminated maple with maple back and...
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1976 Guild X-500

$2,495.00
A beautiful 1976 Guild X-500 in Sunburst Finish. 17 inch wide body, Gold Hardware, Spruce top, beautiful Flamed Maple back and sides, Dual Humbucking pickups, Abalone and Pearl fingerboard inlays, and Westerly, RI production. Overall a very clean guitar with some light play and gold hardware wear. No headstock cracks or repairs and none of the typical cracks at the jack. An easy playing archtop...
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1958 Gibson ES 225 TDN ES225 TDN

$4,695.00
Extremely clean,one owner Blond beauty-100% orig except,tuning key buttons.Only 223 made this year.0 issues,Nice fat neck & ready to be played.Please go to WWW.NEALSGUITARS.COM Keep clicking on each picture until it is huge!
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1946 Epiphone Triumph

$2,395.00
The Epiphone Triumph was first introduced in 1932 and continued to be built until the mid 1950s when the original Epiphone company closed. This all original dark sunburst Triumph was built in New York in 1946. It has the original paper label with the model and serial number inside the guitar. The same serial number can be found on the back of the compensated adjustable rosewood bridge. Dimensions...
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1961 Gibson es 335

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Marked as a second. Due to some tiny lacquer spots on top. Has a small repair to the top of the fretboard at the neck. Killer sounding PAF guitar. Sounds like Claptons crossroads tone when plugged into an old Marshall. Features/Facts; Year: 1961 Make: Gibson Model: ES 335 Condition: Near Mint Finish: Red Cherry Case: Original Brown Hardshell Body: ...
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1948 Martin 000-18

$5,995.00
The Style 18 is one of C.F. Martin's most venerable designs, dating to at least the 1850s. The 000-18 model made its debut in 1906 as a 12 fret guitar, and was redesigned in 1931 to it's current 14 fret configuration, with its 'Orchestra' style body. Example from the immediate postwar era are highly desirable for their light weight, player comfort and superior tonal balance. This handsome...
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