The Dean Dimebag Razorback is one vulgar display of power. With a Dimebucker pickup and a licensed Floyd Rose, this set-neck guitar was built to shred.
The Mod Shop Patriot Instinct Duncan is all about versatility. Packed with P-Rail pickups and the ability to go in series and parallel, this guitar can do it all.
Hot-rodded for tonal clarity and reduced 60-cycle hum, the Michael Kelly 67 Mod Shop electric guitar has a responsive, sparkly tone with very low noise.
Say goodbye to changing guitars mid-song. Just flip a switch and the Hybrid Special goes from powerful electric guitar tones to big acoustic guitar sounds.
With an exotic wood top, Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound pickups, and Michael Kelly Quad Mod electronics, the Mod Shop 50 is a T-style guitar unlike any other.
Packed with a Seymour Duncan Quarter Pound pickup, this Mod Shop '50s sports an impressive figured top and delivers fat, sparkly tones.
With an ultra-light weight, a huge sound, and an easy playing feel, the Michael Kelly Enlightened 55 electric is an awesome stage and travel guitar.
Look and sound like a star thanks to the exotic striped ebony top on this Custom 50. A pair of Rockfield single-coil pickups can cover a variety of sounds.
Play this lightweight axe for hours on end! Featuring a red cedar body and a maple top, the Enlightened Classic 50 has warm and rounded sound.
With an eye-popping burl maple top, Rockfield pickups, and a lightweight, responsive korina body, the Michael Kelly CC60 Burl Burst Edition Electric Guitar is ready to rock.
The Triple 50 spices up typical T-style construction with the addition of a middle single-coil pickup, a gorgeous burled maple top, and ebony fingerboard.
With an alder body for bright, snappy tone and a flame maple top for added sustain, the Michael Kelly 1963 electric is great for studio or stage rocking.