Hey everyone, I am new to the community so I apologize if this is a very common/stupid question - so be gentle . I acquired a Made in Korea Les Paul that an old roommate of mine left behind after moving out. The guitar (serial: s5038221) looks to have a birds eye maple top in a natural finish. The headstock just reads “Les Paul” I haven’t seen or found anyone really talking about these anywhere that I could dig up. I’m really just curious as to what the specifics of the instrument are such as: What type of wood is the body/neck constructed of? Is the fingerboard actually true rosewood or is it some knockoff imitation wood? (it might just be me but the grain almost looks fake although I usually play maple necks so maybe I am just ignorant.) What’s the actual model name of this guitar? I don’t see it printed anywhere on it. From what I gather the guitar was made in March or 1995 at the Samik plant in South Korea? (ref: https://www.themusic...al-number-guide ) I've already ordered: Gotoh TOM bridge + Aluminum Tailpiece (in metric sizing) 4x 500K Emerson Pro CTS Pots A .015uF cap for the neck tone control and .022uF for bridge tone control. (to keep the neck from getting too muddy) Switchcraft 3-way toggle Switchcraft output jack The frets have cleaned up well - (i hit it with some music nomad frine fret polish which got most of the gunk and tarnish off). Probably needs a fret leveling and re-crowning too. Thanks much.