Sears LP copy

I have a guitar I got as a junior high kid and still have it 30 years later. It came from the Sears and Roebuck catalog around 1980 or 1981. It has a shape like a LP (but not a L6-s). It has a gloss natural finish with no binding, it appears to be maple. The neck is bolt-on with a rosewood fretboard and a brass nut. It has two open coil humbuckers, I seem to remember that they were touted as "super-humbuckers". Two volume and tone knobs each, and a SIX-WAY selector knob next to the other four, not in the usual LP position. The headstock is gibson shaped but totally blank; it has the same finish as the body. It kinda looks like an LP Firebrand, but not quite. I know it's a cheap-o but it has some sentimental value. I was just wondering if anybody knew anything about this old thing. Thanks.

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Greg, before I even look myself, if SB (a fellow forum member) doesn't reply, shoot him a Private Message. He will undoubtedly be able to point you in the right direction.

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