The guitar plays easily and stays in tune. The body (cabinet) is 1 shorter than the standard LeGrande. The Keyhead is also a bit shorter than the standard LeGrande. Thus, SKH for (Short Keyhead).From the Changer bridge to Roller nut, the string length is the same as the Standard LeGrande. On a scale of economy, with respect to Emmons Guitars in general, very few were built.
Uhh, say approx 300 to 400, starting in the early eighties. IMHO: The other opinions offered above, in every regard, holds true in my experience.One negative: The Short Key Head may be an inconvenience to players with large hands as the tuning keys are close together. Positive: In four years, the infamous 3rd string is the only string I ever broke (one time only), and at the ball end. Also know, it does not sit there in my house like a potted plant. I use it frequently, both in and outdoors. It is extremely well made and with proper care, mechanically sound. Does the tone sound like a P/P. IMHO: The so called "it" sound is largely produced by the Guitar/Amp/Effects equipment set up and the. That said, the most noticeable quality I find on this SKH is the. The item "Pedal steel guitar" is in sale since Tuesday, June 25, 2019. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Vintage Musical Instruments\Vintage Guitars & Basses\Lap & Steel Guitars".
The seller is "richswiger" and is located in Madison, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States.