Clean cosmetic condition displaying some typical finish checking. A nice clean Byrdland displaying limited play wear.
Original five ply pickguard included but original celluloid underside plastic supports have started to deteriorate. The flame on this guitar is very attractive and really dances in the light.
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?
Definition: lawsuit guitars are high quality copies of popular American brand name guitars (like Fender and Gibson) produced by Japanese companies in the 1970s.
These Japanese lawsuit guitars are of legendary quality and are highly sought after because: So it sounds like a good idea to search for these lawsuit guitars on Ebay in order to get a great sounding vintage guitar at a good price. Some sellers claim falsely to be selling a Japanese lawsuit guitar, while they are not. In the late 1970s, there was a general dip in the quality of the production ethic of most mainstream American guitar companies.
Buying and selling guitars began as a hobby, until 1993, when he left the corporate world to make Gary's Classic Guitars his full-time career. 1967, with his high school band, "The Intensities".