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    ID this LP Copy?

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by DylanLP View Post
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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    ooops, thanks for telling me. Didn’t manage to attach pics, anyway here is the link:
    I’m new here can’t seem to know how attachments are done

    https://ssli.ebayimg.com/images/g/7l...dQ/s-l1600.jpg

    https://goo.gl/images/UaCJNp
    Last edited by DylanLP; 08-09-18 at 11:35 PM.

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    That's a Burny.

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilko View Post
    That's a Burny.
    Thanks. The rosewood on this one looks rather light probably due to use or this is normal? Do you know what year this Burny was made?

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by DylanLP View Post
    Thanks. The rosewood on this one looks rather light probably due to use or this is normal? Do you know what year this Burny was made?

    Looks pretty normal for a regular production guitar after 1968 and the end of brazilian. Dealer site says that's a 1980 Burny

    Dealer site: https://www.digimart.net/cat1/shop38/DS04720434/#


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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilko View Post
    Dealer site says that's a 1980 Burny
    Actually, it says it was made in the '80s...
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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    "1980年代頃製" = Made in the 1980s

    Right you are!

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Thanks all for your feedback. I donít know whether I should pull the trigger on this one cause the photos are not clear, no details on whatís been modified, and this guitar seem to be advertised all over the place.

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by DylanLP View Post
    Thanks all for your feedback. I donít know whether I should pull the trigger on this one cause the photos are not clear, no details on whatís been modified, and this guitar seem to be advertised all over the place.
    Feel free to contact the seller at pan_project@guitarplanet.co.jp with any questions you may have... they do speak English.
    Tone To The Bone!
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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by duaneflowers View Post
    Feel free to contact the seller at pan_project@guitarplanet.co.jp with any questions you may have... they do speak English.
    Thanks Iíve sent them an email.

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    Re: ID this LP Copy?

    those are 2 different guitars. Trussrod covers are different.
    1st one is a late 80s to early 90s. Has the extra points extending off the sides of the trussrod cover.
    2nd one is mid 80s. Has the Gibson style trussrod cover but with a thicker white border.

    The late 80s models were produced at 2 diffeeent factories. Can’t remember which factory is which, but one made models with fret edge binding.

    They’re great guitars and probably the most budget friendly of the &0s MIJ guitars, but they’re starting to creep up in price.

    Both guitars are poly finished. Only the early, early 80s high end models were finished in nitro.
    Pickups are ok. Nothing special, but not terrible. Electronics aren’t anything to write home about either. I think neck profiles tend to be slimmer.

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