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      Michael Kelly 1957 Amber

      The Michael Kelly 1957 delivers premium build quality with a tone to match. High grade figured quilted maple top on a swamp ash body combined with a Seymore Duncan little 59 pickup and Rockfield SWV.

      infospecs

      For those looking for premium quality electric guitar with a touch of class, the 1957 Telecaster Style guitar oozes quality tone with a wide range of tonal versatility.

      Construction consists of high grade figured maple top on a premium swamp ash body combined with a bolt-on maple neck and maple fretboard. The binding is also genuine flame maple which sets off the stunning translucent amber finish.

      The 1957 guitar also has a boost in the electronics department. The neck pickup is a Rockfield SWV combined with a Seymore Duncan little 59 pickup in the bridge. The combination of these two hum-buckers offers an impressive tonal character yet eac one is also coil-tapped, essential creating a combination of single-coil and hum-bucker tones. The little 59 pickup has individually adjustable pole pieces to adjust the sound to your exact requirements and great for a styles of music.

      Michael Kelly 1950s Series

      Inspired by the vintage finds of the golden era of electric guitar making, the 1950s Series offers features and sonic capabilities of those memorable instruments but with modern day appointments and production techniques. All five models feature an exotic wood top and contoured arm cut, master volume and master tone controls, a three way pickup selector, and coil taps for sonic range and versatility.

      Specifications

      • Bridge Pickup: USA Seymour Duncan Little \'59
      • Nut Type: Standard
      • Nut Material: Bone
      • Nut Width: 43mm
      • Tuning Keys: Grover
      • Bridge Type: T-Style
      • Hardware Color: Chrome
      Established in 1983 A&C Hamilton Musical Instruments maintains a healthy balance of traditional business values with a keen sense for new business ideas. Getting new customers and keeping existing customers are equally important to us. As the internet has changed all our lives we continue to grow from strength to strength applying the tried and trusted methods of traditional retail sales to this new world of internet sales and store sales. The world is a smaller place but we are all still individuals within it. It is so much more fun selling to some one you can have a chat with, either email phone or in the shop than just sending boxes via couriers. Our company has a solid financial basis to trade and all premises are owned in full by the directors.

      Our Music Shop is on the outskirts of Preston with forecourt parking for 8 cars. Our closest town is Blackpool and nearby is Lytham St Annes. Blackburn and Southport are close by. Lancaster, Morecambe, Wigan, Burnley, Ormskirk, Bolton, Leigh, Accrington are also near me. Manchester Liverpool and Cumbria are around an hour away

      Our Address is : A&C Hamilton Musical Instruments 946-950 Blackpool Road Lea Preston Lancashire PR2 1XN

      A&C Hamilton is registered in England and Wales 4931075. Registered office: 946-950 Blackpool Road, Lea, Preston, PR2 1XN. A&C Hamilton acts as a credit broker and only offers credit products from Secure Trust Bank PLC trading as V12 Retail Finance. A&C Hamilton Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our registration number is 713396. Credit provided subject to age and status.

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