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currypowder

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$1350 shipped in the US
Tokai HLS-LW (light weight) , built in the Hibiki 'Super Shop' - its around the LS170 range I believe due to the specs. Only selling to help cover the price of something else here :) 2 piece back, non weight relieved, just a hair under 8 pounds on my scale (I got it from Ishibashi, who stated 3.71kg). It has the Tokai "Flame Maple 2Pieces & Plain Maple 2 Pieces Top". She's help together with hide glue. Serial # 1534xxx

The HLS guitars have a few small differences from the LS series, with a 3.8 degree neck angle as opposed to the current Gibson 4.5 degree (or the '50's 3.0 degree angle) being likely the biggest. The bridge pickup is .5mm closer to the bridge, and the neck pickup is 1mm closer to the bridge as well. The guitar has the Hibiki Super Shop "The 59" pickups, which I personally LOVE, but I'm not great at those cork sniffer type descriptions so I can't say sweet highs with pronounced whatevers, they just sound great to me. Honestly sorry about that. They sound good enough that I considered swapping them out before selling the guitar and just putting some Duncans in her, but the placement might be the secret sauce so they remain as she came out of the Super Shop.

Creme colored pickguard, which has never been installed, is in the case. I have two DiMarzio plain nickel pickup covers in there as well, that you can either install or pop into your parts drawer. I believe they are 48 and 50mm, so there's a neck one and a bridge one. She has a hard case as well which is original.

Guitar is in excellent shape. I got it for a cover band gig which didn't pan out so I am just moving back towards semis and Teles again.





These are really nice. I had a couple of the Hibiki Super Shop models in the past and they rocked.
 

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I’m probably going to regret this, but here goes:

Up for sale is this beautiful Crews Maniac KTR STD Goldtop with a fantastic Bigsby on board. I bought this second hand from a seller in Japan, so I don’t know if it came from the factory with it or if it was installed afterwards, but it looks (and plays) flawless(ly). After owning it for a year, I’ve realized that I’m just not a Bigsby guy.

Unfortunately, the K&T’s are no longer on board, but in their place is a lovely set of Onamac Windery PAF’s with Kerry Learned’s custom formulated magnet- pure low output goodness!

Weight is approximately 9.1 lbs on my digital scale.

Comes with semi-hard case with backstraps.

$1750 shipped to CONUS OBO.
Still available!
 

danlunatic

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I've got two guitars I want to sell, both are great guitars but I want to order a custom dunable. So I need the cash.

One is a crews ktr-ltd. DiMarzio 36th Anniversary neck and fortitude in the bridge.

History LS: Plus BKL


If you are interested, hit me up.

Both are on reverb.
$ 1100 shipped for the crews.

$1200 shipped for the history.
 

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I’m probably going to regret this, but here goes:

Up for sale is this beautiful Crews Maniac KTR STD Goldtop with a fantastic Bigsby on board. I bought this second hand from a seller in Japan, so I don’t know if it came from the factory with it or if it was installed afterwards, but it looks (and plays) flawless(ly). After owning it for a year, I’ve realized that I’m just not a Bigsby guy.

Unfortunately, the K&T’s are no longer on board, but in their place is a lovely set of Onamac Windery PAF’s with Kerry Learned’s custom formulated magnet- pure low output goodness!

Weight is approximately 9.1 lbs on my digital scale.

Comes with semi-hard case with backstraps.

$1,500 shipped to CONUS OBO.
Last chance on this one- someone is offering a trade for this, so if you want it, come and get it!
 

jim777

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$1350 shipped in the US
Tokai HLS-LW (light weight) , built in the Hibiki 'Super Shop' - its around the LS170 range I believe due to the specs. Only selling to help cover the price of something else here :) 2 piece back, non weight relieved, just a hair under 8 pounds on my scale (I got it from Ishibashi, who stated 3.71kg). It has the Tokai "Flame Maple 2Pieces & Plain Maple 2 Pieces Top". She's help together with hide glue. Serial # 1534xxx

The HLS guitars have a few small differences from the LS series, with a 3.8 degree neck angle as opposed to the current Gibson 4.5 degree (or the '50's 3.0 degree angle) being likely the biggest. The bridge pickup is .5mm closer to the bridge, and the neck pickup is 1mm closer to the bridge as well. The guitar has the Hibiki Super Shop "The 59" pickups, which I personally LOVE, but I'm not great at those cork sniffer type descriptions so I can't say sweet highs with pronounced whatevers, they just sound great to me. Honestly sorry about that. They sound good enough that I considered swapping them out before selling the guitar and just putting some Duncans in her, but the placement might be the secret sauce so they remain as she came out of the Super Shop.

Creme colored pickguard, which has never been installed, is in the case. I have two DiMarzio plain nickel pickup covers in there as well, that you can either install or pop into your parts drawer. I believe they are 48 and 50mm, so there's a neck one and a bridge one. She has a hard case as well which is original.

Guitar is in excellent shape. I got it for a cover band gig which didn't pan out so I am just moving back towards semis and Teles again.





Still available, and cheaper here than Reverb :)
 

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still for sale this 1981 Tokai ES-100 in blonde. One of the nicest I've played, but I really love sunburst 335s.





 

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still for sale this 1981 Tokai ES-100 in blonde. One of the nicest I've played, but I really love sunburst 335s.
Looks like you have the original case and document. I don't think these come up very often now and when they do they get snapped up.
 

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I have a deal for someone who wants to try an Edwards Jimmy Page Les Paul relic with supercircuit on the cheap. The model number is E-LP-112LTS/RE Super Circuit Model. It's a 2006, all original from what I can tell with some play wear on top of the factory relic. The biggest issue (and the cheap price) are due to a neck crack/ repair, which is exceptionally well done. I've had a lot of neck repair Gibsons (and currently own at least three), and this is one of the best ones I've ever seen.

The neck mimics Jimmy's real 60s profile, which is 60's thin throughout (the earlier unnumbered versions had a thicker 59 profile). Original Seymour Duncans, three pull-push pots for a tone galore. It weighs under 8lbs, unchambered.

$700 plus shipping (about $100, I assume) to lower 48 or pick it up in Boston. They go for $1300+ used now.

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Im quite interested - what’s the nut width?

still for sale this 1981 Tokai ES-100 in blonde. One of the nicest I've played, but I really love sunburst 335s.





 

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hi,

I can't measure the nut width accurately, as I don't
have calipers, but pretty sure it's the standard width used on all tokai ES guitars. The neck profile is big.
 

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2019 Crews KTR LS-02 QM Royal Tea Burst - $1,250 shipped/paypal'd

Those around here who know me are aware of my near obsession with Crews single cuts. I bought this one directly from Japan to see how it compared to my upper end Crews models. I never intended to keep it long term and now it's time to pass it on. And while it doesn't have the same specs as those, I was very pleasantly surprised at how well it held its own as compared to those. It plays like a dream, has all of the snap I've come to love with my other Crews and the KTR Original pickups are surprisingly nice sounding, very clear.

The LS-02 has a 3 piece mahogany body (that I believe is chambered) and neck with a solid maple cap and veneer quilt top. The neck is nice and big without being huge. The measurements are:

Width - 1.71" at the nut, 2.08" at the 12th fret
Depth - 0.91" at the nut , 0.95" at the 12th fret.

It weighs 8.5 pounds

It's in very good condition, no fret wear. Included is the original hard case along with a never installed pickguard.





Still available
 

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WTB tokai or Greco (preferably 82 or 83) type guitars.

mom looking for something that isn’t an LP or an SG. Currys ES PX (sadly gone) was the type of thing I’m looking for. Nitro and Honduran mahogany or Brazilian rosewood are big pluses.

Needs a 1 11/16 nut width and medium profile at the very least but fat is even better.

Im around 2k on my budget and would prefer vintage. I might be able to flex or throw in some great trade bait for the right model. Please pm me.
 

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I have a deal for someone who wants to try an Edwards Jimmy Page Les Paul relic with supercircuit on the cheap. The model number is E-LP-112LTS/RE Super Circuit Model. It's a 2006, all original from what I can tell with some play wear on top of the factory relic. The biggest issue (and the cheap price) are due to a neck crack/ repair, which is exceptionally well done. I've had a lot of neck repair Gibsons (and currently own at least three), and this is one of the best ones I've ever seen.

The neck mimics Jimmy's real 60s profile, which is 60's thin throughout (the earlier unnumbered versions had a thicker 59 profile). Original Seymour Duncans, three pull-push pots for a tone galore. It weighs under 8lbs, unchambered.

$700 plus shipping (about $100, I assume) to lower 48 or pick it up in Boston. They go for $1300+ used now.

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I want it! Gimme gimme gimme.
 

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I have a deal for someone who wants to try an Edwards Jimmy Page Les Paul relic with supercircuit on the cheap. The model number is E-LP-112LTS/RE Super Circuit Model. It's a 2006, all original from what I can tell with some play wear on top of the factory relic. The biggest issue (and the cheap price) are due to a neck crack/ repair, which is exceptionally well done. I've had a lot of neck repair Gibsons (and currently own at least three), and this is one of the best ones I've ever seen.

The neck mimics Jimmy's real 60s profile, which is 60's thin throughout (the earlier unnumbered versions had a thicker 59 profile). Original Seymour Duncans, three pull-push pots for a tone galore. It weighs under 8lbs, unchambered.

$700 plus shipping (about $100, I assume) to lower 48 or pick it up in Boston. They go for $1300+ used now.

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Great deal !

Gotta LOL at some of these WTBs with this one sitting here.
 

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I’m probably going to regret this, but here goes:

Up for sale is this beautiful Crews Maniac KTR STD Goldtop with a fantastic Bigsby on board. I bought this second hand from a seller in Japan, so I don’t know if it came from the factory with it or if it was installed afterwards, but it looks (and plays) flawless(ly). After owning it for a year, I’ve realized that I’m just not a Bigsby guy.

Unfortunately, the K&T’s are no longer on board, but in their place is a lovely set of Onamac Windery PAF’s with Kerry Learned’s custom formulated magnet- pure low output goodness!

Weight is approximately 9.1 lbs on my digital scale.

Comes with semi-hard case with backstraps.

$1,500 shipped to CONUS OBO.
Traded
 

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WTB: MIJ LPC custom in black, tobacco, wine red or any darker burst. Thicker neck profile - not slim 60s and preferably refretted with medium jumbo frets.

Would be extra excited if it is something with an ebony board like an Orville By Gibson.

I don’t care about scratches/dents/dings. I’d prefer a player over a museum/display piece.

I’m in California.
 
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