1970's Joo Dee (Yamaki) JLP55TB Les Paul Standard (Made in Japan)
Joodee guitars were made from the 1970's by the Yamaki factory and are an example of Japanese craftsmanship recreating classic US design. Wearing the "Les Paul" insignia on the headstock, it's a cherry sunburst finish with aged cream binding/plastics and chrome hardware (upgraded with 1970's Maxon humbuckers), it's a weight relieved maple back and top with a mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard, weighs 4kg's.
Players condition with plenty of life left. Slim 60's neck profile sanded back to a satin finish that feels unbelievable smooth in the hand. No signs of cracking on the headstock or neck pocket, neck is straight and the frets are low and have a small amount of pitting (but play smooth).
We offer a courier service Australia wide on our guitars! All prices include secure and sturdy packaging to ensure your guitar arrives safely. Contact us via email for any questions.
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.