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Instruments previously produced in Korea between 1986 and the late 1990s. Distributed in the U.S., Europe, and South America by Lady Luck Industries, Inc. in Cary, IL.
President Terresa Miller offered a wide range of imported, affordable guitars that were designed for beginning students up to working professionals. Lady Luck guitar models were designed in the U.S. (specifications and colors). Lady Luck also offered several models of electric bass guitars along with a line of acoustic and electric guitars. In addition to the Lady Luck and Nouveau brands, Lady Luck Industries also distributed Adder Plus pickups and EV Star Cables. The Noeveau Series of electric guitars started at $375 and other models based on popular American designs typically retailed between $100 and $300. The La Femme model guitars (last MSR was $995) featured a female-figure sculpted, styrene body and Bill Lawrence Keystone pickups.

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