Sometimes the best "Telecaster" for the job isn't a Telecaster at all. The Michael Kelly Guitar Company took the best of what Leo Fender's pioneering guitar had to offer and with their 1950's Series, tries to improve a icon.
I love Tele-style guitars, I really do. This may be hard to believe for anyone who also knows my love for heavy metal music. There is something about a Tele that just makes me want to keep playing it for hours and hours. I distinctly remember being 16 and wandering into guitar shops and falling in love with several of...
The Michael Kelly 1957 delivers six stringed luxury. Highly figured quilt maple tops off a premium swamp ash body, delivering the perfect blend of tone and weight. The Rockfield SWV neck pickup is perfectly combined with a Seymour Duncan Little '59™ in the bridge. This combination is made more potent with the additional capabilities to switch each independently from humbucker to a traditional single coil performance. The body of the 1957 is perfectly outlined with real flame maple binding. Don't you deserve all of this?
"Sometimes the best "Telecaster" for the job isn't a Telecaster at all......Its versatility, great sounding tone(s), and statement-making looks make it easy to recommend this to anyone who likes to play rock, blues, country, or just about anything else."
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