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$750.00   1 week ago
1938 Kay Lark Junior Archtop Guitar - Rare Carved Spruce Top w Case - $750 (Loris)

Rare Lark Junior guitar made by Kay Musical Co - 1938 - Chicago. -- One of the best of the older Kays - carved solid spruce top - mahogany back and sides - highly figured Brazilian Rosewood fretboard - abalone inlays on the fretboard and headstock - tortoise binding all around. -- I've installed new Grover style tuning pegs and a 1930's Kay Bakelite pickguard. The original pickguard was a dark tor

$295.00   1 week ago
1950' s Kay Archtop Guitar - Grand Auditorium Style - $295 (Loris)

1950's Acoustic archtop guitar - made by Kay Musical Company Chicago. Spruce top - maple back and sides - Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. This one has no brand markings or numbers, but the f-holes, headstock, and 25 3/4" scale are all strong Kay indicators. It is a Kay. I've put on new tuners and a new pickguard. -- Acoustically it is loud, fairly bright, and with a lot more bass than you'd expect

$250.00   1 week ago
1950's Kay Archtop Guitar - Solid Spruce Top - Wine Burst - $250 (Loris)

1950's Acoustic archtop guitar - made by Kay Musical Company, Chicago. Solid spruce top - maple back and sides - Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. This one has no brand markings or numbers, but the f-holes, headstock, and 25 3/4" scale are all strong Kay indicators. It is a Kay. I've put on new Grover style tuners -- Acoustically it has that forward sounding rich tone that one expects from a solid t

$295.00   1 month ago
1950' s Kay Archtop Guitar - Chicago Blues Player - $295 (Loris)

1950's Acoustic archtop guitar - made by Kay Musical Company Chicago. Spruce top - maple back and sides - Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. This one has no brand markings or numbers, but the f-holes, headstock, and 25 3/4" scale are all strong Kay indicators. It is a Kay. I've put on new tuners and a new pickguard. -- Acoustically it is loud, fairly bright, and with a lot more bass than you'd expect

$150.00   1 month ago
1950's Kay Archtop Project - Cash or Trade - $150 (Loris)

This one needs everything but the tailpiece - solid project. Laminate spruce top - maple sides and back - highly figured Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. If you want to work on making your own chunky monkey blues box this one will do.Trade for hunting / home defense items - generator - just ask.

$400.00   2 months ago
Airline Acoustic Electric Archtop Guitar - 1950's Kay w Hardcase - $400 (Loris)

1950's Airline model archtop guitar - made by Kay Musical Co out of Chicago. Spruce top - maple back and sides - Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. -- I've put on new tuners, a new pickguard and added a suspended humbucker pickup, 7.1 KOhms - with volume and tone controls. -- Acoustically it is loud, fairly bright, and with a lot more bass than you'd expect from a 15 1/2" guitar. The string height is

$350.00   4 months ago
Lefty - Kay Blonde Acoustic Electric Archtop Guitar - Circa 1960 - $350 (Loris)

This guitar started out as a faux striped blonde, probably from the early 60's. When I got it the finish had been stripped, so I decided to pickle it like a blonde telecaster - added gold hardware and a slimline suspended pickup and this is the result. -- The frets were pretty worn up top - from lots of use- so I did a fret leveling procedure to get it playable again - smoothed and polished the fr

$450.00   7 months ago
Kay Custom Archtop - Solid Spruce Top - 1950's Blues Guitar - $450 (Loris)

Custom made Kay from the 1950's with several unique features - 1) It has a pearloid headstock in a cut that is found on Sherwood or Custom Kraft models - this being the only exception I've seen with Kay branding. 2) It has a standard post war 25 3/4" scale but the body depth is 4 inches rather than the usual 3 1/2" -- 3) It has a solid spruce top - split seam and probably pressed but it is still p

$600.00   10 months ago
1940's Orpheum Archtop Guitar - All Mahogany - New Case - $600 (Loris)

All mahogany archtop guitar with Orpheum branding. Orpheum's are a little hard to trace but I'm pretty sure this is a Kay make from the 1940's. It has Kay style f-holes and headstock - and the scale is 25 3/4". That said, it is without a doubt the best sounding acoustic Kay I've ever heard - easy to play - and loud. It has a solid top and by the way the body just rings on and on after a note I'm g

$275.00   10 months ago
1949 Sherwood Archtop - Kay K39 Blues Guitar - $275 (Loris)

This is a vintage relic player from 1949 or so - by Kay Musical Co. in Chicago. -- These early grand auditorium guitars were made to replace banjo's in orchestras - so they had to be loud enough to carry the rhythm through a bunch of horns, cellos, woodwinds... So it's loud - louder than a dreadnought and with a fairly bright sound. --- The tuners, pickguard, tailpiece and bridge are all new. The

$525.00   10 months ago
Lark Junior Archtop Guitar - Lefty - Electric Acoustic - 1930's - $525 (Loris)

Kay made guitar from the 1930's that has had major repairs. Both sides were split all along the bottom and the best way to make it stable was to switch it to lefty and put a guitar jack on the worst part with a big steel washer inside it holding it steady - also put a mahogany lateral support on that side. -- Now it's a stable player with a unique sound - full bodied tones that ring on and on. The

$800.00   10 months ago
Old Kraftsman Archtop Electric Acoustic Guitar - Kay 1949 w Case - $800 (Loris)

Old Kraftsman electric acoustic guitar with original factory pickup - made by Kay Musical co. in Chicago - circa 1949. -- It looks and sounds close to a K150 from the same era, but it has a different pickup and cover - 8.0 kOhms impedance - good for jazz or blues. The early electric models from Kay came with an 8 ft cord attached to the guitar - most folk detach this and install a standard 1/4" ja

$325.00   11 months ago
Kay N-6 Archtop Guitar - Electric Acoustic - 1960's Blues - $325 (Loris)

Chicago made Kay model N-6 archtop guitar - circa 1965. This one is all maple - maple body, maple neck and a stained maple fingerboard. The fretboard has some finish removed on top at the 1st fret - right where the thumb rests so you can see that it's maple. -- Even with it being all maple this guitar is not as bright sounding as the blondie Kays - has a much fuller sound with plenty of bass. Stil

$375.00   1 year ago
Sherwood Archtop Acoustic Guitar - Kay K39 - 1949 - $375 (Loris)

Rare relic player with new tuners and tailpiece - spruce top, curly maple back and sides - 1/4" sawn rosewood fingerboard - rosewood bridge. -- This guitar has a screw in the neck and three repaired cracks on the top - stable repairs done with hide glue. -- The sound quality fantastic - loads of bluesy timbre and as loud or louder than a dreadnought. Grand Auditorium sized archtop, model K39, made

$900.00   1 year ago
Kay Lark Junior Archtop Guitar - 1930's Blues Classic - $900 (Loris)

Lark Junior archtop guitar - made by Kay Musical Co. - Chicago circa 1938. -- This guitar has had major repairs - one long split that goes across the bottom and up both sides - along with a big transverse dent near the bottom - bass side that caused the split. The bridge is original and the tuning pegs are new. The musical note shaped fret markers, and the headstock letters are inset - made from a

$270.00   1 year ago
Kay Maple Archtop Guitar - 1965 - Model N-6 - $270 (Loris)

Kay archtop guitar with all maple body, model N-6. This is the same model that Jack White played on SNL - minus the pickup - has a western Kay pickguard and a Kelvinator style headstock logo. Bluesy tone, nice easy playing action and in good condition for it's age - a true survivor.I'm interested in trades - hunting or home defense items - cornet, trumpet, tube amp - just ask.Here's a selection of

$350.00   1 year ago
Kay Jumbo Electric Acoustic Archtop - All Maple - 1967 - $350 (Loris)

All maple body with tobacco burst finish - maple neck - maple fretboard - ebony bridge - made in 1967. The pickguard and tailpiece are new - the silver foil pickup measures a fat 8.6 KOhms. -- Large body archtop with a really big sound - and larger in size than a dreadnaught - has a 25 3/4" scale so it can be detuned to D and played as a baritone. I've tried it with these DR Z black electric strin


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