Someone had it on craigslist for $100. I sent them what info I could find and said I'd be interested in it for a bit less if they haven't sold it by the weekend. They said I could have it for $50. I haven't heard of this brand and the only example I could find online was http://www.maindragmusic.com/vintage-kopy-kat-lp-copy-by-greco-was-950-00.html They claim it is a Greco. Anyway, since it's a bolt on neck it's probably not particularly valuable. Needs some work. I mostly got it because I've been doing my own setups on my other three guitars. And I'm at the stage where I want to try fret leveling. I figured a vintage MIJ would be much nicer than a modern budget guitar. And one I might actually enjoy after the work is done. It has no bridge or tail piece, someone chipped off some wood removing the nut. and the frets need leveling and crowning. I plugged it in and knobs, switch and the pickups work perfectly when I tap them with something metal. Here's a pic after some lemon oil on the fretboard and windex on the body. Not sure if it is a poly finish. The inside of the gig bag it came in smelt a bit like pot lol. So it seems like it's easily worth $50. I can get the parts I need for about $100 and have a spare JB B and 59 N if I don't like the pickups. Thr flamed front and binding is all intact with minimal issues. the back has some nicks around the edges and missing screws. But pretty good overall. Any information about the guitar would be cool. It has Kopy Kat inlay in the headstock and Made in Japan on the neck plate. Not seeing any other identifying marks or serial numbers. Not too bothered about value, just hope it plays nice when it's in working order.