Dating burny guitars
But it has the seriously tough tone more often associated with a way heavier guitar. This LP Custom dating from the early 1980s is a pre-serial number model with a deep polished Ebony finish in great condition.
It features a solid mahogany body with set-in neck, and typical Les Paul layout with high quality gold hardware.
There are still gems to be found, on e Bay or Reverb for example, and a lot of these auctions are genuine, but some of these lawsuit guitars for sale are not lawsuit guitars at all.
If you are interested in buying a lawsuit guitar, make sure you read through this article first and then do more research before you buy or start bidding on a guitar.
Features – Solid mahogany back A one piece mahogany neck Two piece solid centred maple top Triple binding to top and back Quality Gotoh tulip tuners Rosewood fingerboard Rectangular pearloid markers Thin poly finish Gold plated hardware Fret edge binding High quality L8000 pickups Correct headstock and neck angle Weight is 8.4 lbs The higher end Burny guitars have fret edge binding and most models were finished with a thin polyurethane finish, which is also the case with this particular guitar.
This Burny LP weighs in at 8.4 lbs, which is relatively light for an all solid, non chambered guitar of this design.
We have sold quite a few Les Paul Customs here at PREMIER GUITARS, and we think you could put this guitar up on a blind test against many of those and it would do more than hold its own.
Comes with its original hard case in good condition.
The word is abused a lot though because it drives the price of a guitar up.
What exactly is a lawsuit guitar and why are they so popular?