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  • in reply to: Luminog Guitar?? #66222
    superoxy
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    this is as much as i can get from other forum threads:

    [quote]the pampanga guitar industry started with the Lumanog family back in the 50’s then it was made popular by Secondino Lumanog during the late
    fifties, of course he already passed away, but left the business to his wife and children. The authentic lumanog today was named, S. Lumanog Guitars, while all the others which uses the name lumanog were what they call in Papanga as “hango”(guitars purchased from a guitar maker aside from the Lumanogs, and then they put their Lumanog signature to it).[/quote]

    [quote]Lumanog, I think, comes from a family in Pampanga. These guys also make electric instruments as well. I remember taking apart a Fender Jazz bass copy and it actually had a small speaker magnet for its pickup! 😯
    I haven’t seen a great quality Pampanga guitar yet, most instruments are made of plywood.[/quote]

    i guess guitar making is a cottage industry in the Pampanga area and although some guitars are made of plywood, there are some guitars made of philippine mahogany which sound ok.

    Im guessing my guitar is made by a luthier from that area.

    Its a SG copy which sounded like crap until i changed the pups had the original bridge changed with a Tune-o-matic one, and had it setup and intoned properly and now it sound sweeter![/quote]

    in reply to: Luminog Guitar?? #66212
    superoxy
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    sorry don’t know that much about them either 😳 but maybe the guys in this forum thread can help you:

    http://www.acousticguitar.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/015905-2.html

    in reply to: Luminog Guitar?? #66205
    superoxy
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    can you check if the name is Lumanog? (not luminog)

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