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Old 10-11-2010, 01:41 PM
zombywoof zombywoof is offline
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The 8708 looks like pretty darn close, right down to the three letters on the body.

The mid-1930s is a strange period from Kay. For a couple years, 1934 to 1936 I think, they used the Kay Deluxe moniker which seems to have been a transitional thing between the Kay Kraft and Kay logos. Headstocks were also all over the place (I still play a mid-1930s Kay Deluxe archtop which sports an Oahu headstock).
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