Just bought this as a project and I'm wondering what to do with it -partly the issue is I don't know what make it is (if any). I'm tempted to do a complete refinish such as strip the current fairly beat-up finish and redo in a nitro tobacco sunburst. If it's an old beater fine but what if it's a decent vintage guitar which should be left "as is"? One big issue is that I cant remove the gold foil style pickups to check the manufacturer - there are no screws at all that I can see. Is it possible they are glued on and if so would a heat gun free up the glue or damage the pickups? It has a standard looking headstock with weird truss rod Only one of the 3 a side tuner plates is left intact (I'm presuming this is original). Everything on this is a little unusual - the body kind of "flattens out" around the bolt-on neck plate, which is longer than normal and takes 5 screws The neck where it fits the pocket is kind of different. Oh, and it's a short scale - scale length is 24.2" The input is more like an acoustic guitar input - perhaps not original? Finally the controls are around the bottom edge (similar to a Harmony, maybe?)- three volumes, one per pickup, and a single tone, all mounted on a plate which bolts on underneath (removed here for clarity) The back of the pots are quite corroded so I can't get any date information from them All in all it might be a 60s Woolworths guitar worth 50 bucks, or might be something a bit more substantial - either way I'm thinking it can be an interesting project. Any thoughts - especially about how to remove the pickups?