Tokai pickups Info needed

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  1. orys

    orys Senior Member

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    i have two Tokai 1980 and 1981 if i'm not mistaken LS60s.
    The one has Dimarzio Super distortion pickups as they use to put on higher end models of that time. What should be there as stock? I'd like to have it as stock as possible.
    Any ideas? If i don't find a pair of those stock pickups, i would like to install a set of Dry Z but can't seem to find any. Maybe seth lovers? Any ideas guys?
     

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  2. wulfman

    wulfman ABB Fan Premium Member

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    I think you are in the wrong section, but I believe that you need the original Gotoh Patent Applied For pickups for 80/81.
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  3. orys

    orys Senior Member

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    Wolf, are you selling these man?
     
  4. scott 351 wins

    scott 351 wins Senior Member

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    They should have Gotoh PAF pickups
     
  5. wulfman

    wulfman ABB Fan Premium Member

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    No, just letting you know what to look for.
     
  6. orys

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    Oh thanks buddy!
     
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    paruwi Kraut-Rocker Super Mod Premium Member

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    Yes, he was
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    new thread created
     
  8. Whoopysnorp

    Whoopysnorp Senior Member

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    I quite like those Gotoh PAFs, assuming that's what's in my LC100. They really woke up when I removed the covers and put an alnico IV magnet in the neck pickup. The stock pickups in my '79 LS60, on the other hand, sucked. They're some no-name thing with an X stamped on the back. At one point in the past I had convinced myself that I liked them, but a little time with them cured me of that notion.
     

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