Aria is well-known around the world for their line of bizarre and somewhat vintage-like electric guitars they started making in the 1970s. A little less known are the Japan-only domestic "lawsuit" Gibson replicas they made along side Greco, Tokai and Fernandes under the name "Aria Pro II." These were their flagship models, with great attention to Gibson detailing and high-end parts and superior craftsmanship. This '60s Gibson Les Paul replica has a nice chunky C-shape neck, dual humbuckers that just sing with sustain, and the guitar tuners are all engraved "Aria Pro II." It has a few nicks and scratches here and there, but it's original and has great frets and a super and straight neck. If you like Les Pauls and want a vintage one, Aria Pro II is a great alternative to paying $2k+ for a similar guitar by another brand.