I'll just throw the pictures out first Early to mid 80s Harmony H666GT, made by Samick in Korea. In surprisingly good shape, and a decent player out of the box, but it needs strings and a setup of course. Also, both tones pots are froze up, and they were turned all the way down. Clipped the wires, I don't use them anyway, and now it even sounds good. Pickups would be the originals that Samick called the X-14 and were a home-grown version of a DiMarzio K-10/Super II. I've been watching for one of these for years, but they were either too expensive or a cheaper model or beat to hell. The cheaper models were single coil versions or ones with wrap-around bridges that are pure garbage, even compared to what most people think an old Harmony is like. There were also natural/walnut finishes, but I wanted white and gold. This also fits into my Samick/Harmony Gibson copy collection. Explorer Les Paul SG The Les Paul is my least liked of the bunch, very poorly made compared to the rest. The SG was at the top of the list, but the V will likely dethrone it.