1930s Kay Kraft Style C in excellent condition. These are interesting guitars that are somewhat unique. It was the Kay version of the Nick Lucas guitar. The sides are extra deep from 4" at neck to 4.75" at the tailblock. The back and sides are Brazilian rosewood, solid sides laminate back. The body shape is pretty close to an L-00 in outline. The neck joins at the 12th fret and the scale is 25.75". Fancy rope binding on body and neck and pearloid peghead overlay. Factory X-braced with two tone bars widely spaced. The mahogany neck is a comfortable slight V shape that is medium sized. It is all original except for replaced Golden Age tuners. The neck is straight thanks to a heat press and fret level done by us. The sound is lively with tons of power. The midrange explodes out of the 4" soundhole. The highs are thick and powerful as well. An interesting and exciting guitar to play. Includes original soft case in very good condition.
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