Can someone help me identify this SG copy?

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  1. Brycelock

    Brycelock New Member

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    I was told this may be from the 60’s/70’s. I have a few pictures here. I have the bridge and the old tuners in a bag. Id just need to find the bag.



    Thanks guys.
     
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    It looks a whole lot like my first electric as a kid: Lyle. They were the made in Japan and often sold in Sears. Just a guess.
     
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    I thought it was a Lyle but I couldn’t confirm it especially since it says Made in Korea on the neck.
     
  5. Huntroll

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    I got mine at G.C. Murphy's or was it J.M. Fields ?
     
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    The headstock, trem, on/off switches, screwed in birdge, and pickups, which I would bet are singles in a hum shell, all look like a TEISCO/Kay from the later 70's.
     
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    Cort. The W.O. serial number is always Cort.
     
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    Many of those 70s guitars were manufactured by the same groups.
     

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