1974 Greco Japan EG-420 Les Paul Electric Guitar
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The Greco EG-420 was produced as an upgrade on the first Greco Les Paul style guitars to be produced in the early 70's. They are widely considered to be the first real competitor to USA made instruments of the same period and were made in the famous Fujigen factory. This model features a sunburst neck, back and headstock along with the top.
Japanese Gibson-style guitars (like this one) are a great alternative to a modern Gibson/Epiphone. With the hit and miss quality of modern Gibson guitars, a Japanese guitar from the 70's or 80's can prove to be a higher quality instrument that's been played in nicely. Many of these guitars will also cost you a fraction of what a new Gibson will and are also more affordable than a new Epiphone!
Want to give it a play? Contact us via email (below) to organise a time at our Five Dock store.Condition:
This example seems to be all original and has been well looked after over the years! Hardware still has some shine and seems all original.
No cracking on the headstock or neck joint, frets have some life left (70%) and are smooth and shiny (recently crowned).
Electronics work well.