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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by slapshot, Dec 23, 2010.
Oops my pic of the back of the headstock didn't show on my previous post.
It's a Fujigen-made guitar. The Cort-made ones look very different if you look at the headstocks side by side.
Is anyone able to date this Greco FV? https://www.digimart.net/cat01/shop1484/DS04379896/ Given it's got a neck-thru design and the original rrp (GV-90), I'm going to take a guess and say it doesn't have nitro, but it'd be cool to know what kind of pickups it has. It doesn't have the sheen that poly guitars do, so my guess would be an oil finish or matte clear of some variety.
That gig bag says late 70's.
Good observation. I looked through the 70s and early 80s greco catalogues and couldn't find anything. Furthermore, the Vs used 'FV' rather than 'GV' as their model designations during that time, it appears. So after looking through them all, I finally found examples in the 1996 and 1997 catalogs. These use an oil finish and are equipped with GH-1s. Know if the GH-1s are any good? This baby would suit some double creams, I think.
which series has such a headstock inlay?
28660362_1645364665543074_5595121721271810202_n by GoFair posted Mar 8, 2018 at 10:46 AM
Yes, that's a 90's inlay!
all 90's greco they had it?
thin white layer (aged White), double bound, gold hardware, gold speed knobs, creme pickup selector switch ring = RR ?
They used the split diamond from around late 1987-1990 then started with this one. Some were made by Tokai and some by Fujigen. The serial number stamping font (or lack of serial number will give a hint as to which one.
i have neck heel cap.
I read this topic and think it is TERADA but i'm not sure what model is it
EGC or RR