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This is the most useful part for people looking at buying an Orville, Orville by Gibson or Epiphone guitar.
My overall judgment is that, while these guitars are of higher collectible value to guitarists because of the affiliation with, and use of the name, Gibson, this byno means is a testament to it being a better instrument than other brands.
If you want a Gibson guitar, and want it made right, then an Orville will do.
The standards to which these were held to were so conforming that I found most ofthese instruments to be carbon copies of Gibsons and also of themselves. This was not the case for Greco, Tokaiand Aria Pro II...
There were 5 different methods used to date Orville and Orville by Gibson guitars and two factories involved withbuilding them, so I've developed the simple chart below to assist you...*F = Factory: G, J & K beginning the serial numbers denote that is was made by the Terada factory: the "G" ink stamp means the guitar should have Gibson USA pickups, and "J" for Japanese pickups.In 2006, Gibson ended its relationship with Yamano Music.You can research and find in much greater detail, information about the histories of these brands on other websites, but for me, the important part is to judgean instrument upon its merits.Many collector friends have said that they think the Orville by Gibsons are overall better guitars andwhile this may be so, many collectors have disagreed with this notion.There were many high-end and mid-range models of these guitars under both logos; I think mainly that the model number and original price dictated quality, not particularly the logo.
It was decided upon to use "Orville" as the new brand name, dedicating the brand to the founding father.