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Instruments previously produced.
Alcivar is a trademark for which very little information is known. It appears that these are Japanese instruments that were produced in the 1980s. They are often copies of popular American copies (i.e. Les Paul, ES-335, etc.). There have been instruments found with DiMarzio pickups and active electronics. These appear to be fairly well-built guitars; however, they do not command a lot of money like most people may think. This is because very little information is known about them. These guitars are often found in pawn shops and online. Serial numbers and model information are often nonexistent, and if they were available, this information was once on a sticker that fell off long ago. Any information on Alcivar guitars can be submitted directly to Blue Book Publications.

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