Rory was wide-ranging in his tastes in guitars and was often drawn to instruments by budget American guitar brands that were found in the hands of bluesmen in the 50s and 60s. Such is the case with this Kay K1962 Value Leader electric, an affordable model that was available in single-, double- and triple pickup variants and featured a single cutaway and semi-hollow body, accounting for its light weight. The wooden bridge is made of maple and the controls, handily marked with ‘V’ and ‘T’ letters for volume and tone, are mounted on an angular metal plate that Kay sometimes mirrored on the top half of the Two-Tone Sunburst body as well.
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