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Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-04)
Price : US $142.50



Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape Kalamazoo KG2 Solidbody in good shape


Here's a cool old Kalamazoo electric for you!This thing is all original pickups electronics,hardware,finish etc.The only things missing are the tremelo(probably removed,because some aren't good for staying in tune)and the case,which was a cheap chipboard unit anyway.The guitar is probably about 40 years old and has it's share of small nicks and dings,but is better than most you will see.The pickups are strong,but I would imagine the pots and switch would benefit from a good cleaning.The neck is arrow straight,and the action is low.The frets are very good,with very little wear.This guitar sounds somewhat like an old mustang,with it's dual singlecoils.It has a cool springy,surfy sound that is great for many types of music.These guitars are an often overlooked bargain in old american electrics in my opinion.They are something that will not lose value compared to new asian made budget guitars.I will pack this carefully,with the strings loosened,so she won't get damaged.You know you want this for your garage band jams.Win this baby,and crank out everything from surf to raunchy blues in style!Bid often,and thanks for looking!


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-04)



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bookman said...
I still have my Kalamazoo KG2A that my Dad bought for me back in 1967. It still looks & plays as good now as it did then. Still a GREAT-sounding guitar. And now everybody wants to buy it!! Mine is what was called "Las Vegas Blue," the powder blue color...very cool! And shaped exactly like the Fender Mustangs of the '60's.

Levygs said...
I have one ot these!, these are great, mine's blue with blac plastics, I also added chrome to the metal parts, it's nice, sounds nice and plays nice.