Another variation on the Explorer is the Jackson Kelly. I always think it's hilarious when the main argument to define a guitar is to mention its easy access to the high notes, like the ultimate purpose for a guitarist would be to play over 10000 Hz (while others favor drop tuned 7-strings guitars for the opposite purpose, but I don't know why, it feels more convincing). So as you can see, this one has a deep cutaway (though it could have no cutaway at all to make it even easier), and adapts the Explorer design with curves when it's possible and points where it's possible.
This Kelly has a noticeable pop flashy paint work, but I'm not sure that I want to hear the music of someone who like this design with this finish! any suggestion about what music it would be?
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