H. S. Anderson Vintage Japanese 1977 Les Paul Standard Heritage Cherry w/ HSC
Beautifully constructed vintage Japanese H.S. Anderson Les Paul Standard in Heritage Cherry finish. This is a really well put together and traditionally constructed Les Paul with a solid maple top and mahogany body (not hollowed out with veneer), set-mahogany neck of course (not a cheaper bolt-on), nicely streaked rosewood fingerboard, fret-end binding and a good solid volute. Some great looking birdseye figuring in the maple top. Built around 1977 at Moridaira and badged to H.S Anderson, which was of course the name that bought us the legendary ‘Madcat’ Telecaster. Seems they also built some superb single cuts at Moridaira! They are definitely one of the harder to find Japanese lawsuits from this golden period of Japanese construction. It has nice sounding original humbuckers (possibly Maxon but I’m not sure what the Morris Moridaira company was using at the time). Comfortable ‘59 profile neck. Straight neck, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets. Weight is 4.1kg. In nice clean condition for the age, just some dings and bumps/scuffs etc but nothing bad has happened to it. No breaks or repairs. Complete with HSC. A chance to grab a very cool and super rare vintage Japanese H.S Anderson Les Paul from the sought-after Lawsuit years.
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