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- Wed Mar 30, 2011 9:57 am
- Forum: Tokai Guitars
- Topic: New Tokai goldstar TST50 versus old tokai
- Replies: 6
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That's a lovely looking guitar, Diamond. Is it yours, or have you played it? If so, what do you think? Ian's original question is a good one. I tried putting up a link to the Rockem Ebay ad, but it didn't work. However, if you type "Tokai Sonic Blue" into the Ebay search engine, that'll take you to ...
- Wed Mar 30, 2011 9:25 am
- Forum: Classifieds
- Topic: UK FOLKS, HELP ME BUY THIS FENDER!
- Replies: 11
- Views: 4851
I had a similar experience with Gumtree, with a seller who lived only a few miles from me. What was particularly annoying was that the ad continued to appear for some weeks after my multiple emails, all unanswered. I wonder how quickly the ads are removed once a sale has been made?
- Fri Jan 14, 2011 2:44 pm
- Forum: Vintage (Older than 1985)
- Topic: ST40 v Highway One, help appreciated
- Replies: 10
- Views: 5621
Another +1 for ST40s. I took a punt on one off ebay last year, for a pretty reasonable price, and was very pleased with the result. Unplugged, it?s the loudest solid electric guitar I?ve ever heard: in my case, it?s the body that really reverberates. I did change the pickups (for Wilkinson vintages,...
I'm sorry, I don't know. I've never had occasion to look (and though it sounds wimpish, I wouldn't want to, unassisted -- it was a guitar tec who replaced the scratchplate on the ST-55 and swapped the pickups on the ST-40).
Hi! I just wanted to say I?m a newbie here, so hello, and also that I?ve been amazed at the wealth of info available. Compared to most, my ownership of two Tokai Strats counts as little more than a passing interest, I guess. I bought my first new, in the mid-80s; it?s a Fiesta Red ST55 Goldstar, map...