This Burny RLC-95S is speculated to have been made in Korea sometime during the 1990's based on our research. There's a lot of convoluted information about the differences between the Japanese-made vs Korean/Chinese-made Burny guitars. The consensus seems to be that the Korean and Chinese guitars have a shorter neck tenon than the Japanese guitars. A photo of the neck pickup cavity is included for further info. 

This guitar does show some signs of cosmetic wear that include light surface scratches, small dents, and scuffs throughout the body, neck, and headstock. The hardware also shows quite a bit of tarnish and the binding has also aged over time. The frets show normal play wear and the electronics work as they should. 

The bridge pickup has been swapped for a Seymour Duncan TB-6 humbucker in the bridge. It appears that the switch, nut, and hardware have been replaced as well.

Includes the pictured gig bag.

Make: Burny
Model: RLC-95S
Year: 1990's
Fretboard Material: Rosewood

Fretboard Radius: 14"
Scale length: 24.75"
Weight: 11.24 pounds
Nut Width: 1.72"
Neck Width at 12th fret: 2.06"
Neck Thickness at 1st fret: 0.85"
Neck Thickness at 12th fret: 0.88"
Case/bag: Includes the pictured gig bag
Made in Korea

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