Boogie Les Paul MIJ?

Guitar_Haven

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Anyone know anything about it? Please knowledge me.

All I know is it's name is Boogie... Probably made in Japan in the seventies..

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sleep

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A shot of the headstock (front and back, just in case the tuning machines hold a clue) might help, but I have never seen that brand before. Looks nice, though!
 

B Money

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I've never seen a stop bar that wasn't perpendicular with the strings. I suppose it doesn't matter much.

How's it play?
 

Guitar_Haven

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I've never seen a stop bar that wasn't perpendicular with the strings. I suppose it doesn't matter much.

How's it play?
Well.. I don't notice anything when I play. But it certainly isn't a real Gibson in terms of playability, sustain and feel.

A cool guitar for what it is. But I miss sustain..
 

jwguitar

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What I can see has MIK Cort late 70s early 80s look.

I agree 100%. There are some Hohner Les Paul guitars out there that look exactly like this. Also, looking at the pickups they look most definitely Korean from that period of time. The Japanese pickups I have seen from the late 70s or 80s always have adjustable pole pieces in 6x6 hex screw or 6 flat head screw configurations.
 




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