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BRAWLEY
Instruments previously produced in Temecula, CA and South Korea between circa 2000 and 2003.
Luthier Keith Brawley produced a line of electric guitars and basses that were mostly designed in the U.S. but produced in South Korea. Brawley was an executive for FMIC (Fender) and started his own guitar line in 2000. Brawley guitars were distributed largely by Mars Music, which led to the company's demise when Mars went down in the early 2000s. Last MSR prices on the A-Series guitars ranged from $500 to $750 and last MSR prices on the KB-Series basses ranged from $550 to $1,200. Source: Wikipedia.

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