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2010 Keller Jumbo Indian/Engelmann
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Specs
Status
Sold
Brand
Keller, Michael
Product Year
2010
Model
Jumbo
New/Preowned
Preowned
SKU
5227
Condition
Excellent. Faint play wear around soundhole and first fret. Finish check at center seam of back.
Body Type(s)
Large, Jumbo
Back & Sides
Rosewood - Indian
Top
Spruce - Engelmann
Bridge
Rosewood
Top Trim
Abalone and Wood Lines
Fingerboard
Ebony
Fingerboard Bindings
Ebony
Fret Markers
Custom Floral
Frets to Body
14
Headplate
Ebony
Headstock Inlay
Builder Logo
Body Bindings
Bloodwood
Tuners
Gotoh 510
Tuner Finish
Gold
Cutaway
None
Pickguard
Clear
Pickup
McIntyre Feather
Body Length
20.1875 in
Upper Bout
11.5 in
Lower Bout
17 in
Body Depth Heel
3.875 in
Body Depth Tail
4.875 in
Scale Length
25.38 in
Scale Length (mm)
644.7 mm
Nut Width
1.75 in
Nut Width (mm)
44.5 mm
String Spacing
2.25 in
String Spacing (mm)
57.2 mm
Weight
0 lb. 0 oz.
Case
Original - TKL
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Description

With the deadly combination of striking aesthetics and exceedingly well-balanced tone, Michael Keller gives us this gorgeous 2010 Jumbo with an offset soundhole and two soundports for an acoustic experience unlike any other. Not only do the sizable soundports provide unprecedented access to the interior workings of Keller's bracing techniques, they also project a hearty blast of music right at the player, so there's never going to be a time when you can't hear yourself, no matter how loud the session at your local ale house.

Between the gorgeous, straight-grained Indian Rosewood of the back and sides, and the Engelmann Spruce, there's more eye candy than you'll know what to do with: precision-cut MOP across the fretboard, thin bands of Abalone and dyed wood trim across the top and headstock, and a five-piece Mahogany neck with Maple and Rosewood laminations. Well-adapted for both fingerstyle arrangements and flatpicking, you may find that your other guitars will quickly start gathering dust once this Keller Jumbo enters your collection. It has heaps of rich, colorful tone to offer, and a clean projection that can cut through the mix with ease. Handled with care by its previous owner, this Keller bears only the faintest play wear, but is itching to get grooving.

I've always loved Michael's work, and this one of course had me at the first strum. The basses have a clean, well-defined edge that balances well with the other registers, making this great for fingerpicking and big, complex chords.
 
I think Michael Keller is one of the few who knows how to make a jumbo that works well for fingerstyle and flatpicking styles. This could be a great all-round guitar for someone who wants a big box.
 
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SCALE LENGTH 25.38 in
NUT WIDTH 1.75 in
STRING SPACING 2.25 in
WOODS SPRUCE - ENGELMANN,
ROSEWOOD - INDIAN

With the deadly combination of striking aesthetics and exceedingly well-balanced tone, Michael Keller gives us this gorgeous 2010 Jumbo with an offset soundhole and two soundports for an acoustic experience unlike any other. Not only do the sizable soundports provide unprecedented access to the interior workings of Keller's bracing techniques, they also project a hearty blast of music right at the player, so there's never going to be a time when you can't hear yourself, no matter how loud the session at your local ale house.Between the gorgeous, straight-grained Indian Rosewood of the back and sides, and the Engelmann Spruce, there's more eye candy than you'll know what to do with: precision-cut MOP across the fretboard, thin bands of Abalone and dyed wood trim across the top and headstock, and a five-piece Mahogany neck with Maple and Rosewood laminations.
 

I've always loved Michael's work, and this one of course had me at the first strum. The basses have a clean, well-defined edge that balances well with the other registers, making this great for fingerpicking and big, complex chords.
 
I think Michael Keller is one of the few who knows how to make a jumbo that works well for fingerstyle and flatpicking styles. This could be a great all-round guitar for someone who wants a big box.
 
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