Mystery Les Paul copy identification thread

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  1. pete_g

    pete_g Junior Member

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    Anyone know what this les Paul is?
    It's a solid mahogany body as the grains wrap around the sides, and the guitar weighs as heavy as a Gibson LP it's got a wraparound wilkinson bridge and powered by lace pickups.
    It's also a mahogany neck, with scarf joint.
    It's a very good quality guitar.
    Any clue?

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  2. pete_g

    pete_g Junior Member

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    No clue anyone?
     
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    pete_g Junior Member

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    Must all be out playing music!
     
  4. PermissionToLand

    PermissionToLand Senior Member

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    No clue, but I'd wager Chinese. Maybe a custom order from a Fibson factory?
     
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    paruwi Kraut-Rocker Super Mod Premium Member

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    The Tuners look very 'Chibson'
     
  6. aaronl

    aaronl Senior Member

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    Help Identifying?
    I was told it is a mid 80s Burny RLC-60
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  7. Mr Insane

    Mr Insane Senior Member

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    This is at the local shop, not interested in it, but just wondering who made it.
    The neck plate says Made in Japan
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