#1
I own several guitars. I just bought another offbrand tele. It plays great , very clean. It's not made by Schecter. The guitar brand is Lady Luck. I have researched and found their headquarters are in Cary,il. Everytime I call the # to ask about the history and the quality of these guitars over the years I just get a lady's voice on an ans machine stating she wil get back to anyone about musical instruments(never has). I have searched the internet and found one older tele signed by the " Stones"with this name. I have searched ebay and found one LS copy made in 1960. I have found every other offbrand , but it's like these don't exist. The back says made in Korea. Does anyone have info on "Lady Luck Guitars"?
#2
dude my friend has a lady luck strat copy with an ugly mirror pickguard. its also really crappy. youre the first other person ive ever heard of with a lady luck. i dont have any info tho sorry.
#4
I have a Lady Luck I found in a pawn shop in Columbus. The guy said it had been sitting there for 11 years, so i gave him $25 for it. The wiring is confusing, but i fixed what i could, and it sounds great. It looks kinda like a mustang at first glance. I think it is called "the master". ?

I would love any info on Lady luck. i really like the feel, and sound of this guitar.
#5
Quote by davehail1092
I have a Lady Luck I found in a pawn shop in Columbus. The guy said it had been sitting there for 11 years, so i gave him $25 for it. The wiring is confusing, but i fixed what i could, and it sounds great. It looks kinda like a mustang at first glance. I think it is called "the master". ?

I would love any info on Lady luck. i really like the feel, and sound of this guitar.




is that it?
#7
Quote by davehail1092
That is exactly it! Any info on it?


The only information I could gleam from the thread that picture was posted in is that apparently the company shut down, and the guitars themselves are very rare and very cheap.

EDIT:
also they're apparently korean-made, used to be american-made when they started around '86 but there was a point it all switched over.
Last edited by A Tout Le Monde at Dec 20, 2012,
#8
Korean made from 1986 to 1990 from US designs. Entry level guitars. Distributed by Lady Luck Industries of Cary, IL. Basically retailed in the US for $100 to $300. Also distributed Adder Plus pick ups and EV Star cables. Also had some more expensive novelty guitars.
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