Ken Sederdahl and his Delaney
Big Sky "Lefty" model.
Neck: Hard Maple w/Rosewood fretboard
Headstock: Schaller locking tuners
Scale: 25.5
Nut: Graphite
Finish: Hand rubbed lacquer

Body: Swamp Ash
Finish: Hand rubbed lacquer
Pickguard: custom Claro Walnut
Bridge: Hardtail
Pickups: Seymour Duncan vintage Mini-Humbuckers
Electronics: Volume, Tone, Three way switch
Hardware: Gold
I've been playing a Delaney custom left handed for a couple of years now. It is hands down
my favorite guitar and the best I've ever played. Prior to getting this guitar I just had to have
a Lefty 59 Les Paul, I was going after that Warren Haynes, Gary Moore, Billy Gibbons tone.
After spending thousands and then some on that Guitar, I decided to sell that sled and move
on to something a lot lighter. I saw Mike Delaney playing a gig in Whitefish, Mt. and thought,
Man, what kind of Guitar is that? The tone was awesome. I talked to Mike on a break and
checked it out, and then asked if he could make a lefty. The rest is history. I now have a
killer guitar that is extremely light (Swamp Ash) and has tone galore. I also have a Fender
American Strat I bought in 1987, and the “Delaney” has taken over as my favorite. I'm
looking forward to the new Double Cutaways.
I would highly recommend Mikes Guitars to anybody that wants great tone, easy playability,
and not to mention they look very cool too!!   

Ken Sederdahl
Kalispell, Montana