You can see the plywood layers in the cavity shots. It's too much color variation for it to be routing marks.
Thank you so much for the confirmation!I wrote that page. You've got it right. It's a Seville branded Hondo H-737.
So I’ve continued searching. I’m thinking it may be a National with the headstock inlays but the shape is a little different. Any help would be amazing. Thanks.Hey all! New to the forum here. My buddy found this LP copy at at pawn shop and, knowing I’m a Gibson fan, picked it up. I was having fun trying to figure out what brand it is and from what year but now it’s driving me a little crazy. There are no markings on it anywhere except for the N or Z in the neck pocket. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! And, yup! Another plywood beast.
It's an early Samick, similar to 70's Hondos. Never seen one with an inlay like that but everything else is typical for Samicks from that period.So I’ve continued searching. I’m thinking it may be a National with the headstock inlays but the shape is a little different. Any help would be amazing. Thanks.
No, not Aria Pro since that brand started in '75 and they did not do bolt-ons with rounded fretboard edge.