#1
I played one of these yesterday at the Trading Musician in Seattle:

http://www.littlebrotherblues.com/Gear/Kay-Bolt-Ons-1930s/index.html

Playability was great, sound was interesting. Not really my cup of tea as far as the tonal profile is concerned, sounded much more like a gypsy jazz guitar that was in there than a "standard" acoustic. Still though, pretty great vintage and invites some swing and blues playing.
My God, it's full of stars!
#2
Ah! Kay guitars - something there is about them. I have an old (c. 1970) Kay Les Paul gold top copy. I don't want to part with it.
#4
Quote by Tony Done
I'd like one of those just for the mojo, never mind how it sounds.


Definitely strong mojo
My God, it's full of stars!
#5
I've had my Kay Effector electric for 37 years. Built in sound effects. Wouldn't part with it.
#7
I've never tried Kraft guitars, but their Mac and Cheese is pretty decent.
#8
I usually use fuzz or echo, sometimes whirlwind. I hooked up a 9v adapter instead of a battery.