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I have a Seville les Paul copy I was wondering what year and if its a lawsuits model and what it's worth and if its a hep of crap I've had it for a couple of years and got it second hand from music shop

Hey Sam,

Thanks for writing! This looks like one of the last of thee Seville lawsuit Les Paul copies. This means it was made in the late 1970s. There is a growing market for lawsuit Gibson copies. The Klusen style tuners are not found on a lot of the Seville LP copies and it also has a more Gibson-like headstock profile. As for value, it is hard to say in today's market. I've seen similar models selling for around $400 US Dollars (in good condition) at online auction sites. Let me know if you need further details. Stay in touch...Johnny

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I can answer questions regarding playing, guitar models, guitar construction, amplifiers, effects, starting a band, recording and touring. As the Guitarist and singer for No Alternative I have recorded a number of albums, singles and CDs as well as extensive touring. I can also answer questions about starting a band and recording.


I have been a guitar player for 26 years. I play and tour with No Alternative. With a number of CDs out there are also 14 bands that have recorded my songs.


Can You Hear Me, Live at the Deaf Club (With KGB) SF Underground, Subterranean Records (No Alternative) Backtracks, Subterranean Records (No Alternative) Lifeline/No Alternative, Bull Dog Records (No Alternative) Johnny Got His Gun, Wingnut Records (No Alternative) SF Nights, Bachuus Archives (No Alternative)

B.S., Organic Chemistry

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