Made for only a brief period from about 1952 until '56, this gorgeous K21B Cutaway Professional features a massive, super chunky neck attached to a huge body with a lower bout width measuring over 17 inches! The top is solid spruce & the arched back features some beautiful flame figuring. The guitar delivers a rich, punchy tone & is tons of fun to play. Delivered to your door with a pro set up from the experts here at Cream City Music.
Cosmetic Condition: Super cool, true vintage vibe with good honest play wear - various minor nicks, chips, dents & dings; scratches, weather checking & some mild finish wear.
There are two repaired top cracks down by the treble-side F-hole & the top has been oversprayed. Overall the guitar looks great & shows off a beautiful patina.
Neck: You hear the term "baseball bat" thrown around a lot, well the neck on this beauty makes the Fender Nocaster look like a pencil! Super duper chunky, beefy maple neck with nicely aged white binding & black side-dots. Ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl split block & oval inlays. The guitar has been refretted & the frets are in good shape with no wear. Bound headstock with mother of pearl inlay. Sealed nickel tuners are in good working condition. 1 3/4" nut width; 26" scale length. Neck is straight & truss rod functions.
Body: Single-cutaway archtop with 4-ply binding on the top & back. Solid spruce top with bound F-holes. Nickel trapeze tailpiece with unoriginal ABR-1 bridge. Unoriginal 5-ply black pickguard. Laminated flame maple back & sides with arched back. There are no electronics & the guitar weighs 5 lbs 13.9 oz.
Case: There is no case.