After googling about my strat copy that I had laying around for some years now, I found different opinions, one of them being yours saying that because of having a classic fender strat headstock it might have some value. It's a black model, the headstock says Legend LST-X Vintage Quality and Performance, rosewood fingerboard, the Neckplate says CH064407 (CH for China maybe?). Looks pretty new to me. I just got very curious because of all the different things i read about it, so some information about it would be really appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Answer Hey Fridi,
Thanks for writing. Legend makes a variety of Fender and Gibson copy guitars as well as their own models. Because they make copies of brand name guitars, they are primarily sold on line. The really early copies have some value. Can you tell me when you bought it and if you bought it new. This will help me get you further information. Write back...Johnny
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