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Tokai THB 200S
Tokai LS100 Les Paul Reborn
:cool: I'm pretty sure the faded digit in your serial is a '0'.
I'm also pretty sure you are two digits short, a (1978 ↔ 1980) 'Les Paul reborn'...
Congrats, nice :cool:, probably not your last! :twisted::D;)
Very nice :cool:, LS80 or 'higher'? What year 1980/81?
I have one very close, qua looks, to that. And yes, super great guitars they are.
Congrats, Tokais are good. :cool:
Edit, wrong post :D
Nice, we have one here like that. :cool:
By the way, a few light bulbs from our tree are missing and we also don't have the star on top.
A LS120 Reborn Old should have a 'lacquer' finish.
Using the term 'knockoff' would be understating, given the quality of these 'higher' end Tokai...
Nice, like the color. :cool: Congrats!
Congrats, great guitar that is! :cool:
I couldn't agree more (based on first hand experience)
Don't know what the current prices are.
FWIW, I let go a 1966 Fender Tele and a Baja for the Tokai.
I want it to say "Breezysound".
+1, they make almost all classic model types and more.
A 1984 showing 'crazing lines'
Nitro on my TE, ST and LS.
Fries are not French!
I'm regularly pulling out stuff!
As I said before, It does for Tokai devotees, when it's a 'higher end' tokai model that comes with original 'E' pick ups and Tokai stamped tuners!...
What model number was it? Surely not a ST80 or higher model number Springy?
I ask, because I think you are comparing a 'higher end' American...
Right, it seem one has to be into Tokai to fully grasp it's value. Change out original pre '83 parts or cosmetics, even when it does not come down...
It very much depends on what TE model (higher number, higher specced) it is, e.g. a TE80 with TEA pickups and Tokai stamped tuners would...