1950s Kay Sherwood Deluxe


Located in Portland, OR


For your consideration a 1950s Kay Sherwood Deluxe! This archtop has a lot of personality! Kay musical instrument company was founded in 1890 which means Kay had been building instruments for about 60 years by the time this guitar was made. Kay even made some of Gretschs first guitars!

Specs! The original tuners have been replaced with a set of Reissue Kluson Deluxe tuners. The nut width measure 1 &11/16th”. The neck is made of maple. It has a scale length of 25.5″. Action measures .97″ at the 1st fret and 1.15″ at the 12th fret. Rosewood neck with a 12″ radius. 19 large brass frets. The body is constructed of Solid spruce and maple. Natural finish. Celluloid pickguard. Floating rosewood bridge. Case not included. Weighs 4 pounds and 9 ounces.

This could be a great addition to anyones collection. Super cool looking head stock, awesome natural finish. Great for cowboy chords, action does get high up the neck. Not your average Sherwood this is a Sherwood Deluxe!


Year: 1950s

Model: Sherwood Deluxe

Serial: 2433 45

Finish: Natural

Case: This guitar does not come with a case.

Weight: 4 pounds and 9 ounces.

Condition: This guitar is in good condition for its age.

Modifications: The tuners have been replaced with a set of Kluson deluxe tuners.

Comments: Fun 50s archtop!