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    OLP MM1 Questions (Year/Tuners)

    Have never owned or worked on an OLP before. I bought an OLP MM1 and cannot find the serial number in any of the places you think it would be. Can anyone estimate what year this is or know where the serial number is to identify? I am going to have to purchase guitar tuners for this, as you can see. If you've modded before what did you think were the best ones to throw on? I'm trying to keep it all original but to do that I would need the year made before buying the mm1 tuners.


    Thanks for reading and your info to help.
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    That one looks modded they didn’t come with that type of bridge I do believe.

    As for serial numbers they weren’t made by EBMM so the serial numbers were never recorded for what I’ve seen.

    It’s a lower end cheaper EBMM not in the same quality ball park as EBMM guitars.

    Good luck with your project hope it comes out how you want it too.

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    Since you have a Floyd with a locking nut, the kind of tuners shouldn't make much of a difference. Whatever you can find that's not expensive, I'd say.

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