B1351 - Michael Kelly 1957 Black Wash
Freind, Michael Kelly has gone out of his way to provide excellent entry level guitars at a great price. This is NOT Chinese. It is made in South Korea, at one of the most successful and finely tunes guitar plants in the world.
Look at it closely, and you will see why this is worth every penny. (And YES, we are selling this JUST ABOVE our cost!)
Harmony Central Says THIS in a Review:
"Finally we have the flagship of the 1950s Series, the 1957. This guitar has everything a player could want, starting with a premium swamp ash body adorned with a quilt maple top available in Amber Trans or Black Wash finishes. Like the 1955, it also has real flamed maple binding for an added air of sophistication. The 1957 is a sonic chameleon thanks to a Rockfield SWV humbucker at the neck and a Seymour Duncan Little '59 humbucker in the bridge position. Both are equipped with coil tapping, providing you single coil sounds from each with the pull of a knob. What this equals is a tone machine that any player can be inspired by, regardless of the style of music they play. From stoner rock sludge to classic rock to country twang, the 1957 does it all, and does it well. And it looks great in the process. Still it manages to come in at under a grand, retailing at just $875."