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Kay 1965 Titan III Deluxe Artist

The guitar has a walnut body, Kay tremolo system, three silver-blue ‘kleenex box’ pickups,  three-way switch, a Melita Synchro-Sonic bridge (the same as on vintage Gretsch guitars), and Grover pat. pending ‘milk-bottle’ tuners. The input jack is located at the back of the body. The guitar comes with its original case. There are the usual signs of wear and minor paint chipping, one of the bridge adjusters has been replaced from a Gretsch parts site, and the three-way switch does not match the original catalogs and may have been switched out by a previous owner. This is a rare, classic guitar. The electronics, bridge, and tuners were the highest quality offered at the time. The three-way switch settings are 1) neck/middle, 2) middle, and 3) middle/bridge. On setting three, if you turn the tone pot to 10 the pickups go out of phase. The pickups are fat, single coils that produce a deep resonant sound that breaks up beautifully on an overdriven amp. The guitar is set up and ready to play.

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Listed7 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.Learn more
  • Titan III Deluxe Artist
  • Walnut
  • 1965
Made In
  • United States
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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