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Anyone who’s looking for vintage guitars on e Bay or Reverb comes across the word “lawsuit”.
The word is abused a lot though because it drives the price of a guitar up.
Household names, such as Fender and Gibson Guitars, were not cranking out the quality workmanship which they were known for in the past.
This lead to the emergence of copy guitars from Asia which used arguably better parts and craftsmanship.
Here’s a detail of the Gibson headstock that Ibanez copied: Here’s a post-lawsuit Ibanez headstock, without the “moustache”: Later on, a lot of these copy guitar companies were shut down. Greco and Tokai, for example, were sued because their logos looked like those of Gibson or Fender. Burny is the same company as Fernandes, but instead of Fenders, Burny made Gibson replicas.
Gibson and Fender went on to take advantage of the production capacities by purchasing Japanese factories to make their own lower cost copies. This might trick buyers in thinking they were buying the real deal. Burny guitars are considered to be the best Gibson copies.
In 1971 Hoshino bought Elger Guitars, which became Hoshino USA.
Does the logo look the same like the Gibson or Fender logo?
Here’s the Greco logo as an example (looks a lot like the Gibson logo): ● Where was the guitar made?
The online world has made securing sophisticated collector’s items like these a lot easier and it can be fun an addictive looking for vintage guitars on e Bay.
When shopping for lawsuit guitars on e Bay or other marketplaces, it is important that you carefully examine all of the information presented in the auction.