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Michael Kelly Guitars announced the release of new Nostalgia Series acoustic guitars for 2010.

The series offers a mixture of acoustic guitar styles from classic Dreadnoughts to cutaway models, a 12-string, and more.

The new Nostalgia N10CEC is a cutaway for enhanced upper fret access. Features include Mahogany back and sides and a Cedar top. A built-in Fishman® Isys+ preamp provides Volume, Bass, Treble, and Phase controls, plus a Tuner.

MAP price: $299.00.


New N15CE models have multiple-ply Abalone binding that adorns the cutaway body, headstock and sound hole rosette. A Fishman Isys+ preamp provides Volume, Bass, Treble, and Phase controls, plus a built-in Tuner. A Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard is designed to provide comfortable playability. Available finishes are Natural and Black (on Spruce top models) and a natural-finished Cedar-topped model.

MAP price: $349.00.


The N50S Dreadnought beauties are crafted with East Indian Rosewood sides and three-piece backs that utilize both East Indian Rosewood and Mahogany. Solid Sitka Spruce is used for the tops due to its responsive resonance.

MAP price: $349.00.


Cutaway model N50SCE adds a Fishman Presys+ preamp with Volume, Phase, multiple tone controls and a built-in Tuner.

MAP price: $449.00.


The Dreadnought N5012S has a three-piece East Indian Rosewood and Mahogany back to its solid Sitka Spruce top. The neck is crafted from Mahogany and features a Rosewood fingerboard.

MAP price: $399.00.

For more information, see www.MichaelKellyGuitars.com.
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