1980 Greco Japan EG-450 Super Power Les Paul Standard (Cherry Sunburst)
Made by the Fujigen factory in 1980, the Greco EG-450 Super Power was a simplistic model from the Japanese catalog. Mahogany back with a lightly carved plain maple top, slim 60's profile mahogany neck and a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard, it weighs 4kg's. Original Maxon PU humbucker in the neck position with an unknown Dimarzio in the bridge position, it's got 5 vintage Aria tuners and one Greco Deluxe branded tuner along with the original bridge/tailpiece and a new nut. The 3-way switch has been replaced along with a brand new output jack and aftermarket pickguard.
Overall it's in well used vintage condition with signs of wear from 40 years of use. Received a full professional headstock repair prior to listing including glue injection and clamping before having the area buffed and sanded so it feels smooth. The top of the body also appears to have been buffed/sanded as it has a satin look and feel.
Given a full setup and service fretboard clean/oil, fret polish, truss adjustment and electronics flush. The frets have plenty of life left and play well with some light pitting, neck is straight and plays well. One of the strap buttons has been pushed entirely into the body so we've installed one on top of it as pictured. There's also a small separation at the neck joint near the binding as pictured that's purely cosmetic with no impact on stability.
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We only offer returns on faulty or broken items, not if you change your mind. All guitars are thoroughly tested here and we'll do our best to list any known troubles in the condition section above.
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