Re: I have a granada Les Paul
I recently purchaced a Granada Les Paul, the same one I played about twenty years ago. I believe it was made late seventies, early eighties. Still no wear on the frets, natural finish, flame maple top. The action is terrific. The sound is not quite as nice as a real Les Paul, I'm sure, but this guitar is better than any current copies I've seen for sale. It has a bolt on neck, other than that, it seems no expense was spared in its production. It has full binding on neck and body. The neck plate says made in Japan. As for value, who knows? I personally feel it's worth more than the replicas hanging in the stores today. After more than twenty years, the neck is still absolutely straight. Please email me if you find any more history on these great instruments. Thanks.