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REVIEW

May 2015

Michael Kelly brings a lot to the table with the 1965; marrying classic design with high-end appointments that are typically found on guitars priced at twice the price. The flexible pickup configurations sound classic and contemporary at the same time and the construction is solid and aesthetically pleasing. The Michael Kelly 1965 offers a visually striking, great playing package...

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EPIC ELEVEN MOD

The Epic Eleven electronics hot-rod mod delivers maximum sonic versatility. With Epic Eleven you get to break away from the typical 5 tones limitation of a traditional 5-way switch wiring. The secret sauce is the added mini-toggle, which allows you to add in the neck pickup into configurations where it would not normally be available. The second way that the Epic Eleven Mod adds sonic options is with a push-pull on the Master Volume which allows you to coil tap the bridge humbucker, switching from hum to a vintage single coil tone.

 
 
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1965
1965
1965

1965

The perfect boutique double-cut for today's player. The body is swamp ash with a highly figured quilt maple top, we then perfect the body with the addition of real flame maple binding. The maple neck has a rosewood fingerboard with a compound radius, this is made for today's more complex playing requirements.

The 1965 is upgraded with our Epic Eleven electronics mod. With this hot rodded approach you can access 11 unique sounds. The '65 comes with Rockfield pickups voiced specifically for this guitar.

We finish this off by adding a smooth two point tremolo and locking Grover tuners. Get your hands on a 1965 for yourself to enjoy this perfect combination.


  • MK65SAMPRB Amber PRODUCT ID MK65AT

SPECIFICATIONS

Body

  • Top: Quilt Maple
  • Body: Swamp Ash
  • Binding: Exotic Flame Maple
  • Construction: Bolt-on

Neck

  • Neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Fretboard Radius: Compound 10.5" to 16"
  • Number of Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
  • Inlays: White Dots
  • Headstock: Bird's Eye Maple Top
  • Scale Length 647.7 mm / 25.5 in
  • Truss Rod Type Dual Action
  • Neck Profile Modern C
  • Nut Material: Bone
  • Nut Type: Standard
  • Nut Width: 43mm
  • Strings: D'Addario EXL120 (.009-.042)

Electronics

  • Electronics: Epic Eleven boutique mod, delivering 11 distinctive sound options
  • Neck Pickup: Rockfield Fat Stacked Single-Coil
  • Middle Pickup: Rockfield SSC Single-Coil
  • Bridge Pickup: Rockfield SWC Humbucker

Hardware

  • Hardware Finish: Chrome
  • Tuning Keys: Grover Locking Tuners
  • Bridge Type: MK Twin-Edge, 2 point floating tremolo

Notes

  • Open Back Trem Back Plate - For decades guitarists have removed their backplate on their tremolo equipped double cutaways for a sonic enhancement. With the MK Open Back design you get that sonic edge with a finished look.

California Proposition 65 Warning

Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

MODERN-C

Comfort without sacrifice, that is how you might describe our Modern-C shape. The size is what many would call medium to medium-thin and the shape is a really smooth and comfortable round shape. The thin profile makes it faster than the typical vintage neck, while the carefully contoured C-shape makes it comfortable for extended playing.