Got a good deal on a Japanese Tokai Les Paul copy with p90s. This might fill a p90 shaped hole left by an Epiphone Casino I sold last year. Bought it second hand for 600$, and had to drive 1.5h to the other side of lake Geneva to grab it. With the nice weather were having, the drive was more than pleasant! It has some small dings but otherwise is in good condition. So far, I've just looked briefly in the control cavity and measured the dcr of the pickups. I was told that one of the pickups had been replaced with some model of bare knuckle pickup, and the bridge was stock Tokai. On first inspection, looking at the leads and the labels on them, it would seem both pickups are bare knuckle (Yipee!), but I'd have to actually take out the pickups to be sure. I'll do that eventually, but I'm in no rush. Judging by the dcr readings of 6.8k and 7.5k, they're probably the blue note set, an alnico 2 low output model. I also noticed a push-pull on the neck tone knob. The seller didn't mention that; I wonder if he knew it was there. It looks like it puts the middle position out of phase, but that doesn't seem right with a single conductor and shield... Otherwise, it is very well built and plays nicely. Tomorrow I can hopefully plug it into a proper amp and get a better impression.