Hey guys, first post. I recently picked up an old (Japanese?) hollow body and I need help identifying it. My best guess is a Teisco or Kawai from 50’s or 60’s. The neck is not original to the guitar, and I can’t find any other labels, logos, or numbers to go off of. It’s in pretty rough shape, but I think I can get it in good playing condition with a little work. It’s got a ton of mojo! Some known facts: -Neck is not original to the body. It is a different color, appears to be much newer than the body, and it was shaved down to fit the neck pocket of the body. So pay no attention to the headstock shape or logo. (It says “Lark”, by the way.) -This has been heavily modified by previous owner(s). The body was routed for humbuckers, access holes were cut into the back to access wiring, and Gibson-style pick guard was installed. If anyone has any clue of what this is, I’m all ears!