Before Sterling by Music Man, EBMM licensed OLP to produce their lower cost models.
EVH - Blue Quilt
1995 - Luke I - Pearl Blue
2009 - 25th Anniversary
2011 - Luke II - True Gold BFR
2012 - Axis Tribute - Trans Pink
2012 - Albert Lee SSS - White Pearl
2014 - Axis Super Sport Semi-Hollow (Reflex mod) - Black Cherry Burst
2016 - Cutlass - Vintage Sunburst
Take a break from playin' guitar and read a webcomic: nemu*nemu!
Yup...OLP = "Official Licensed Products" if I remember correctly.
Pretty nice guitars for cheap!
Enjoy Your Balls!!!
Exactly - it's not Music Man. It's a licensed copy from OLP. Some loved them, some not so much.
2016 PDN Starry Night Cutlass (Natural Headstock)
2010 Barolo JPX (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)
2007 Bahama Blue Sparkle Back BFR Luke (GC Exclusive)
2007 Blue Dawn LE JP6 (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)
2006 Dargie Delight Luke I (No Piezo, Natural Headstock)
2005 Sapphire Black JP6 (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)
I had an OLP MM1F in natural that I really liked, and actually regret selling. It's not an EBMM or even an SBMM, though. The neck carve on mine was very different from my Axis, and there was really no comparison. Still not a bad little guitar (or at least mine wasn't) if you can get it on the cheap.
2007 Axis Pacific Blue Burst (9/25/07)
2016 Axis Super Sport Starry Night PDN (11/23/16)
1988 Fender HM Strat Black
2016 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe Caribbean Night
SBMM JP70 Trans Purpleburst
SBMM S.U.B. SB4 Black
A half-dozen pawn shop beaters no one cares about
OLP as mentioned.
Not a Music Man.
Not a Sterling by Music Man.
Not a bad guitar, but make sure the price is in line with what it is (i.e. you should not be paying Music Man or Sterling by Music man prices).
"The more of our stuff you have the more awesomely freaky you become." -- BP