1934 Kay Wood Amplifying Guitar EXC Extremely rare all original example from the earliest years of the Kay Musical Instrument Company in Chicago. It's in beautiful condition and has a great woody 'resonant' sound just picked and really comes alive when you slide that bottleneck onto it. The top has a sunburst bound wooden coverplate under which is a wooden resonating chamber with a trough that 'feeds' the sound upward to the dual grille holes. It's a big guitar with a 15 3/4'' lower bout and a 25 3/4'' scale length. Nut width is 1 23/32''. It is bound top, back and neck and it's sunburst all over, including the top and back as well as the sides and the back of the neck. It sports the patented Stromberg- Voisinette neck angle adjuster mechanism that actually allows you to change the neck angle without steam and glue and all the messy stuff. It has it's original tuning pegs and the headstock logo is in beautiful shape. It has been recently set up John Knutson and is in fine fettle. This is only the second one of these I've ever seen and it is an exceptional specimen. Chipboard case will protect it in shipping.
Price: $3250.00 - Reduced to $2450.00
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