#1
I was given a guitar, with a p90 pickup at the neck......the bridge is missing, it hase the shape of a lespaul jr

it was repainted.....so no way of identifying it
the body is in perfect condition though, electronics need rewirign and a new bridge pup

grover tuning keys!















what kind of wood is this.... what year could it be, and WHAKIND OF GUITAR IS IT

thanks folks:P
#2
My guess is that it's either a copy of a Les Paul Special, or somebody made it. It doesn't quite look like a Gibby to me.
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#3
it looks like a les paul junior copy
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#5
It looks like the truss rod cover had three screws, so it is not a Gibson as they only use two.

It might be a Chinese knockoff, especially due to it needing rewiring.
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#6
it may be just a wrap around tailpiece. and gibson does make them.
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#7
Quote by Xeron Brigs
It looks like the truss rod cover had three screws, so it is not a Gibson as they only use two.

It might be a Chinese knockoff, especially due to it needing rewiring.


it doesnt seem very recent either, their is some signs of rust on a little os the hardware

and the guitar seems to have been rewired already
#8
Quote by GreenDay0013
it may be just a wrap around tailpiece. and gibson does make them.


its a wrap around like on the gibson lespaul JR ans SG JR
#9
While it does look like an older Gibson to a degree (especially with the wrap around combo bridge/tailpiece), the Truss rod cover shows three holes which Gibson does not do. The tuners are non-Gibson and the pots are too small. I'd say it's a copy. Doesn't mean though if you fix it up it won't be a nice guitar to play.
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#10
Quote by KenG
While it does look like an older Gibson to a degree (especially with the wrap around combo bridge/tailpiece), the Truss rod cover shows three holes which Gibson does not do. The tuners are non-Gibson and the pots are too small. I'd say it's a copy. Doesn't mean though if you fix it up it won't be a nice guitar to play.


I was thinking of a p90 lindy fralin in back, with volume and tone.....real simple

win?
#11
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I was thinking of a p90 lindy fralin in back, with volume and tone.....real simple

win?


Do you know what type of pickup was in the bridge?
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#12
Quote by Xeron Brigs
Do you know what type of pickup was in the bridge?


no, received the guitar as is.... rewired the output jack and the neck works...but is a bit microphonic, and i have to change the nut

i gues sit would have been another p90 ?
#13
Quote by ferguson911
no, received the guitar as is.... rewired the output jack and the neck works...but is a bit microphonic, and i have to change the nut

i gues sit would have been another p90 ?


Probably. If you want to replace the bridge, you might try putting in a mini-humbucker to get some tones that you don't hear everyday. A Seymour Duncan SM-1 will give you more of a Gibson Firebird tone while a SM-2 will be hotter with more upper-mid detail.
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#14
Yeah can't help ya with the ID but it looks like a pretty sweet fix me up. I know Lindy F's P 90s are some of the best but depending on your budget you may want to go with GFS for cost savings, especially on a copy. Up to you. Honestly just rewire the thing, pop some pickups in it, buff it up and it'll probably be a nice player.
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