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Yea a pic or a model name would help, Lado builds out of all types of wood, mine has a african mahogany back and various assortment on the top and a curly maple neck with ebony fretboard. Check there website.
 

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The IIs were the cheaper line of the Canadian made models. Im not sure what mine had, but I thought it was plywood from the weight, it was so heavy when compared to all the IIIs I had. It could be maple, you could always email the old Joe dude at Lado..............
 

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Yeah, it could be plywood. A friend of mine brought his Lado Hawk to rewire, and it was extremely heavy, and turned out to be plywood.
 

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The IIs were way better than the Hawks. The Hawks were imports, at least the IIs were made here. I traded in my II to SongBird. I only got $165 for it. I really should have kept it, because $165 is about what you pay for a Floyd..............
 
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