1977 Burny (Fernandes) Japan RLG-90 Les Paul Standard (Cherry Sunburst)
Made in Japan in 1977, the Burny FLG-90 was one of Fernandes' first real attempts at recreating a true Gibson Les Paul Standard. With a one-piece mahogany back, near matched two-piece maple top with a nitro/lacquer "Old Cherry Sunburst" finish, slim 60's mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard, it weighs 4.3kg's. With the traditional compact open book headstock design wearing the "Les Paul" insignia and an 18° headstock pitch, Burny really did their research when designing these.
Loaded with the original Alnico V PAF style humbuckers and the original wiring, it's one of the better sounding Japanese LP's from the era and comfortably holds it's own against any high end Greco or Tokai. The bridge and tailpiece have been replaced along with aftermarket brass saddles and a brass nut. The original Grover USA tuners are still in great shape and working perfectly.
Overall this is a well played guitar that's still been well looked after over the years. There's some light wear to the finish as pictured but no breaks or repairs anywhere. The frets show some wear but were polished and buffed so they're shiny and smooth, the truss adjusts as it should and the neck is straight. The electronics were flushed and work well.
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International - We ship worldwide almost as often as we ship domestically. We use EMS or UPS express services depending on the destination.
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.
Click & Collect and local pickup available from our Sydney store at 14/33 College Street, Gladesville.