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Japanese musical instrument makers saw an opportunity and tried to cash in by making electric guitars and amplifiers for a growing Rock ’n Roll market.At first, the idea was to keep ’em cheap and sell to the beginners and students.One of the “beginners” who got a start with a Kent Polaris I was Bruce Springsteen, left.

They shared some of the hardware and necks of the 7-800 series guitars but had symmetrical bodies and no tilted pickup.

The bodies resembled the Gibson ES-335 and ES-175T.

While I've narrowed it down to three, there's no way to know for sure which factory made them.

Identifying the makers of these guitars is made more difficult by the use of ‘shadow factories’ all around Japan, which in reality were families working production-line style on just a couple of guitar parts in their homes.

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