The Unofficial Official Anything Burny Theory, Photo, & ID Related Thread

Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by Udonitron, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. noisemaker

    noisemaker Senior Member

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    Can anyone help me get some more information on this Burny LPC?
    Natural LPC with "flame" and what I presume is a 3piece maple neck?
    more pics here

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  2. wulfman

    wulfman ABB Fan Premium Member

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    Razor1122 Junior Member

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    Lumber Harp, now that's funny.
     
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    Gotta love those Burnys...:acoustic:
     
  6. J-Dizzle

    J-Dizzle Senior Member

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    Is it safe to say that Fernandes "stone logo" LPs, SGs etc were made from about 1978-82 and were built at the Tokai factory?
     
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    wulfman ABB Fan Premium Member

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    Stone Logos on LPs ended about 1978 I believe. Then Tokai took up the production for a while, then Terada, then Matsumoku IIRC. Some good info here.
     
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    Thomas/Sweden Senior Member

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    Specs should be solid 2 piece lightly flamed maple top and 1 piece mahogany back, nitro finish, fret edge binding and L8001/ VH-1 pickups.
     
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    I should have came here first...
    Also the pickup had a braid and a lead so only two wires (if that helps).

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