..what was once MiC but is now MiK or MiA? Well, if MiC = Made in Chicago and MiK = Made in Kalamazoo and MiA = Made in America, then the answer is… …Harmony brand guitars (and amps, for that matter). I suppose some could split hairs and say the company is owned by Singapore-based BandLab Technologies. True enough, but the fact remains, Harmony guitars are once again being Made in America. The Harmony guitars of my youth--and even my father's youth--were made in Chicago, but now Harmony products are made in the famed factory on 225 Parsons Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Heritage Guitars factory (another brand which BandLab also owns). I think I love this. My Dad played Harmony made guitars before I was born. Throughout my childhood, I don't recall any time when there wasn't a guitar in the house. And those guitars were all Harmony brand. I first "plunked around" on Dad's 1961 Stella by Harmony H929. I got serious about learning to play in 1967, and it was on Dad's Harmony Archtone H1213. And after I showed due diligence in sticking with it and learning to play, Dad bought a Harmony Silhouette H19 for me (and subsequently my kid brother) to use. And now Harmony is back, and they even make a reimagined Silhouette. In America. In Kalamazoo. At a price which, after inflation adjustment, compares favorably to the Chicago-made Silhouette of old. In 1965, a Silhouette cost $177.50. The online US inflaction calculator says this would be equivalent to $1,504.83 today. The price tag on the Silhouette from Kalamzoo is $1,299. No, I'm not an employee. I am not paid to promote them. I don't even own a Harmony. Well, I do, actually, but it was made in Chicago in 1953. But I think the relaunch of the brand is a good thing. I think guitars being made in America (for reasonable prices) is a good thing. And I've been reading and watching good reviews of them. Anyone already have a Kalamazoo Harmony model?