Sekova??

Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by Gigan, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. Gigan

    Gigan Senior Member

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    You guys ever hear of this copy company? Someone is selling a BB copy from the early 70's for 275 bux looks nice just never heard of them . Any info would be helpful, Thanx:hmm:
     
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    Gigan Senior Member

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    What I have found out about them is that they are hit or miss and not solid bodied. Prolly not worth my $$
     
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    Not solid bodied?

    I have a Sekova bolt-on neck hollowbody that my uncle gave to me when I was 16. I love that guitar, despite it's somewhat skinny neck.
     
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    Gigan Senior Member

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    Well I mean their Les Paul copies are not solid body, But neither are most Gibsons now a days. Thanks for the reply Badform.
     
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    mrasper Junior Member

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    I had a Sekova Les Paul Custom copy in 1972.....was a very nice guitar as I remember...
     
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    geetarfreek82 Senior Member

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    My first guitar was an early 70's Les Paul Custom copy... I should've never sold it! :-(
     
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    I just picked up a Sekova les paul custom. Anybody know how to decode the serial number to tell the manufacture date? I know it is between 1965 and 1975 because that's the only years they were made.
     
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    Post the pot codes and any serial number. Some people like a good mystery.
     

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