Tokai Gakki, a long-established guitar manufacturer in Japan

Older pieces are now valued as vintage, and the craftsmanship inherited from those days is still producing wonderful instruments.

BODY:Maple Two Pieces Top Mahogany Two Pieces Back
NECK:Mahogany One Piece Set-Neck Head Angle 18°
FINGERBOARD:Rosewood
RADIUS:300R
FRETS:22F ♯213
SCALE:625/312.5mm
BRIDGE:LS-VB Bridge LS-VT Tailpiece
NUT(width):Bone(43.0mm)
INLAY:Dish
PICKUPS:PAF-Vintage MK2S×2
CONTROLS:2V.,2T.,3way Toggle SW
JACKS:Switchcraft
Case: GIG BAG

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Brand
Model
  • tokai LS140 Cherry Sunburst Made In Japan【2246100】【4.4kg】
Finish
  • Cherry Sunburst
Year
  • 2022
Made In
  • Japan

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