1977 Burny FLG-70 Les Paul Standard (Made in Japan) w/Kahler
Burny guitars are held in high regard in the Japanese-made guitar community and it's very easy to see why. Built in 1977, this is one of the rare Burny models to use the "Les Paul" insignia and is an example of Japanese craftsmanship recreating classic US design. Brown sunburst finish with cream binding and chrome hardware, it's a mahogany build with a maple cap that weighs just over 5kg's! Slim 60's neck profile.
We had this professionally rebuilt when it arrived to us in pieces. The previous owner routed the body and installed a Kahler tremolo with a locking nut.
We had some new inlays installed as some of the old ones were missing along with loading it with Seymour Duncan Alnico II humbuckers. We added new strap pins, output jack and jack plate, wiring, back plates, truss cover and screws.
Frets are vintage but were polished and have life left. Guitar plays well as it sits. Intonation is very slightly off as to get it perfect you would need to move the Kahler beyond the routing, easily fixed with a slight bit more routing to the top.
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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.