Orville Les Paul LPS-75 1991 Vintage Sunburst MIJ Terada

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Orville Les Paul LPC-75

A great piece of guitar history! Orville guitars were produced under the watchful eye of Gibson in Japan in the 80's and 90's. These guitars were sold for the domestic Japanese market, as an attempt to try and combat the highly popular and successful copy market. They were never exported out of Japan and have gained a cult following; with good reason too as they are incredible instruments that could rival any American built Gibson.

  • Mahogany body with a stunning 2-piece maple cap
  • 22-fret Mahogany neck, slim 60's profile
  • Rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays
  • 2x Orville Humbuckers
  • 2x Volume control
  • 2x Tone control
  • 3-Way selector switch
  • Vintage tuners
  • Tune-o-matic bridge
  • Original padded softcase

Our Orville has had an extremely easy life, basically unplayed. There's some hazing to the headstock (common on these) and a slightly cracked pickup ring (pictured). Freshly set up with a set of Daddario 10's and ready to go!

We endeavour to describe all our instruments with the upmost accuracy, if you have any questions about any of our guitars please don't hesitate to ask! All our guitars are professionally checked and set-up before they are shipped out to you, if you have any specific set-up requirements please let us know and we will happily accommodate you.

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