#1

I have no idea what kind of guitar this is. The headstock has no name on it, nor does the soundhole. All the back of the headstock says is Korea. It's a fairly old guitar, it seems like it is from the 1970's.
Gear:

Fender Stratacoustic
Epiphone G-400 Silverburst
2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom
Line 6 Spider III 75w
#2
If the finish is nitro, the last thing you want to do is leave it on a leather or vinyl sofa. The two are incompatible and the finish will be ruined.
#3
Quote by KG6_Steven
If the finish is nitro, the last thing you want to do is leave it on a leather or vinyl sofa. The two are incompatible and the finish will be ruined.


That's the only place I had enough light to take an accurate picture. Do you know what kind of guitar it is?
Gear:

Fender Stratacoustic
Epiphone G-400 Silverburst
2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom
Line 6 Spider III 75w
#4
Yeah, just don't leave it on there for any length of time. The chemicals in some materials, like leather, vinyl, surgical rubber (found in some guitar stands) reacts with the nitro finish. Wish I knew what kind of guitar it is. A lot of these no-name foreign guitars are hard to identify.