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Michael Kelly Bayou Resonator Guitar
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The Michael Kelly Bayou Resonator has a traditional internal soundwell. This multi-ply maple sound well is carefully installed and crafted for increa...Click To Read More About This Product
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Top-notch materials and craftsmanship result in big sound and sweet looks!
The Michael Kelly Bayou Resonator has a traditional internal soundwell. This multi-ply maple sound well is carefully installed and crafted for increased vibration and volume. The soundwell is topped off with a hand spun aluminum cone by J.P. Quarterman--the same Quarterman cone used in virtually every highly sought-after vintage resonator. Michael Kelly continues its focus on sound with carefully selected woods, sound port positioning and craftsmanship. Besides sounding amazing the Bayou Resonator has a distinctive appearance.
- Construction: Set-Neck
- Style: Spider
- Neck Type: Round
- Cone: Quarterman U.S.A.
- Back: Maple
- Sides: Maple
- Top: Maple
- Neck: Mahogany
- Soundwell: Maple Multi-Ply
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Binding: Multi-Ply White & Black
- Inlay: Real Pearl Dots
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I purchased this guitar about 2 months ago, I know my way around guitars and resonators. This is a very nice guitar. I didn't set it up for slide playing, maybe I will, it just sounds so good on some old Kinks stuff, flat or finger picking. It's a really nice guitar, I was and am still impressed with the quality, it's really that good. Maybe in the future they will make one joined at the 14th fret. I will buy it immediately.
This is my first resonator guitar, and I must say, I was disappointed in the quality or lack there of. Within the first ten minutes of playing the Michael Kelly Bayou, one of the sound hole covers fell off. Also some of the screws that hold on the resonator cover were not screwed in all the way. I felt like I had bought a second hand guitar.