Heerby Vintage 1970's Lawsuit-Era Standard Guitar w/ Leatherette Gigbag
Here is a somewhat rare lawsuit-era 1970’s Japanese Heerby Les Paul Standard. This was made by Kasuga in Japan and we don’t often find them for sale, they were a quality vintage Japanese brand but very short-lived. They are therefore found in much smaller numbers than the Grecos and Tokais of the era. No serial but we think this one was made around the mid-late 1970s. Set-neck of course (not a cheaper bolt-on) and streaked rosewood fingerboard. Nicely voiced humbuckers (we haven’t pulled them so not sure what they are, probably Maxons). Comfortable ‘59 profile neck with a sturdy volute and binding. Veneer style construction like a lot of these vintage Japanese Les Paul clones which gives it a resonant almost hollow-body feel and sound. Neck is straight, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets. Weight 3.5kg. Decent condition for the age. Some dings and bumps/ scuffs etc. The strap pins have been slightly repositioned at some point in its history so 2 small pin holes to the side the strap pins. Nothing bad has happened to its absolutely no breaks or repairs. Complete with cool old Japanese leatherette case, all zips and poppers working. All pictures are of actual guitar, we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship to the E.U, Europe, U.S, Canada, Australia, Singapore and of course the UK.