About Burny and Fernandes pickups Amongst all the different lawsuit copies, Burny and Fernandes have the best pickups. Especially when the 2 make can only be differentiated from the truss rod cover it is hard to tell by just photos. There are worse things you can spend your money on though I love mine. Dating a Burny or Fernandes can be loosely done by looking at the truss rod cover. The rare old Fender copies are extremely detailed, though no longer in production, can still be found in the vintage market.
They have got one piece mahogany bodies and one piece necks, with a deep neck joint exactly like a 1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior. As far as we have researched, the difference is that the Japanese models have long tennon - this can be seen in the joint construction when you remove the neck pickup. I hope they show the photos or sell it for much less. I don't know why but I prefer Grecos. However we have found that new Japanese made Burny comes with 3 screws truss rod covers too.
When it began in the 70's, there were no problems with copyright issues. There are transition models, and it is very easy to change a truss rod cover or a pickup. What's the best from these? If you have oppotunity, you had better try and see them yourself, I suggest. But, as previously mentioned, it was probably the best thing to ever happen to the world of the electric guitar. Sorry to resurrect an older thread, but I didn't think this justified starting a new one. Unfortunately it is as heavy as a Les Paul as well - in the 9 pound area! Just looking for an affordable Les Paul copy to add to my arsenal.
Fernandes Fernandes is known for its Fender replicas. I love all the sounds of this guitar intermdiaire position, ie the 2 humbuckers at the same time provides a much more interesting than the epiphone version for some reason. But the good thing is I have never seen a bad Burny guitar. I've never heard about that. It's not overly heavy at a Custom-appropriate 9. I do not know you price range.
It´s funny importing old guitars from Japanese guitar dealers, watching Yahoo Japan and E-bay and participate in the Tokai and Japanaxe forums on the web. Burnys are made by Japanese company Fernandes. My Burny knowledge comes from old catalogues, from my own guitars today I have 10 Burnys and I have owned ca. Knowing the market value of vintage guitars can help you a lot. The first Les Paul standards are from 1975, and the ones that I have seen are not that great. Burny Today As mentioned, Burny is still making these guitars in Japan. .
You order one; you take your chances. Pretty amazing value and they regularly pop up on digimart for 50-65,000 yen. Hi, So what Les Paul copy do you love? As far as we have researched, the difference is that the Japanese models have long tennon - this can be seen in the joint construction when you remove the neck pickup. I think there may be an extra denomination on the end of the model number than usual e. Prices will continue climbing even my opinion. I hope you make a decision before it's sold out. I removed the paint to reveal a nice flame top and a deep dark burst.
All three guitars have double ring Kluson style tuners, stamped with Fernandes on the back, and they got the Gibson style bell shaped truss rod cover. The pickups on these are called L9100 vintage! For a good copy, my vote would be towards the Agile brand mentioned earlier. I just want something as closed to the original as possible in dimensions and tone. All I have seen have got 1978 8oo xxxxx serial numbers, though they may be 1979 Burnys. The issue was settled out of court. They even got the pickup selector placement right.
I have been playing guitar since my early teens, professionally while at university and semi prof. Exact same guitar, which I sold to a guy named John Grandy. My burny is not so good. Burny by Nils-Bro Muller Burny les Pauls 1980-87 Why Burny Les Paul´s?. Everyone in the shop thought it was a special order from Gibson for an individual player, Mr. I can't find out much about it via Google. However we have found that new Japanese made Burny comes with 3 screws truss rod covers too.
The Gear Page is run by musicians for musicians. I think there may be an extra denomination on the end of the model number than usual e. Someone can correct me on that. It came from Japan to my door in 4 days perfectly set up, and is light and resonant--you can hear the magic just by knocking on the back of the guitar. Orvilles are pretty much a bit more than i want to spend.