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OK, So what is in your collection?
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loverockerUK
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2002 11:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Skybone
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2002 12:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bloody 'ell ochay! Did you buy the Factory? Are you the reason that Tokai's are so hard to get hold of? It looks like the only therapy you've been getting is of the retail variety!

I agree with Barry, and think you should have a sale, to the forum-ites only of course! trying to get past Barry.....especially to the LP/LS/V/Explorer section

And my wife thinks I have too many!
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luis
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2002 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Ochay,would you sell me any Reborn? .I will die for one.
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james
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2002 7:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't forget to leave the Reborn to me in your will before you go though Luis
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Gregert
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2002 8:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HA!
I didn't see any set-neck, three pu, red Firebird VII in there!

(What? ME envious? )
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woodgod
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2002 8:56 pm    Post subject: what is your collection Reply with quote

ok but dont tell my WIFE
OVATION CELEBRITY
76 GIBSON M-K 53
FENDER STRAT 83
EPIPHONE LES PAUL OO
TOKAI LES PAUL MOD.? YEAR?
CUSTOM MADE 72TELE BY LAYS GUITAR OF AKRON
MORGAN MONROE ELEC. ACUSTIC
WHITE DILLION SG MOD. DR500T-AM

AMPS
CRATE GFX212
PEAVEY 400 CLASSIC
DALE SHULLER CUSTOM 30 212 ON IT's way
1955 fender champ
1963 fender tremolux
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ochay
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2002 1:55 pm    Post subject: one down- Reply with quote

Tokai Love Rock, C/S/B-Jap 1014xxx Sold !!
I'm entertaining offers for :
Tokai Love Rock, S/B 9001xxx
Tokai “Love Rock” Goldtop 9002xxx
Tokai “Love Rock” Black 9102xxx
Tokai “Love Rock” White Custom 9102xxx
Just PM me and give your email
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ochay
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2002 9:03 pm    Post subject: Tokai's on eBay now Reply with quote

Bid now or forever hold your piece ! The ultimate Christmas gift-For your self of course

Recomended The Black Love Rock-That a WILD BITCH !!!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2002 3:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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apmechling
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2002 11:43 am    Post subject: Here's what I Got.. Reply with quote

Dang Ochay!

No wonder no one else replied after you - you've got a vintage Tokai Store in the works!

Okay, I've got:
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1981 7okai Springysound in Sherwood Green & OHSC (Mint Condition)

1979 Tokai LS-50 Les Paul Reborn Black Beauty

1985 Tokai LS-150 Love Rock Flame Top & OHSC
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1982 Fender JV Series '62 Reissue Sunburst Stratocaster

1983 Fender JV Series '62 Reissue Olympic White Stratocaster

1982 Fender V Series '57 Reissue Canary Yellow
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1987 Orville by Gibson Les Paul Gold Top (Mint Condition)
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1981 Greco SE-600 '54 Fender Stratocaster Replica

1978 Greco Firebird V Replica

1982 Greco SG Special w/P-90s

1978 Greco Rickenbacker 4001 Replica Bass (Mapleglow)

1977 Greco Thunderbird Bass Replica

1979 Greco Albemic Replica GOB-900 Bass

1995 Ibanez Custom Artist w/vine neck inlays & OHSC
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2002 Bacchus Duke LB Standard Les Paul

2000 Bacchus '58 RI Flying V
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1995 Kawai Gold Flake Moon Sault

1980's Kawai Night Sky Moon Sault w/Eagle Headstock
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1990's Surles PolySynth-Ready Custom Flame Top
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2002 History SH-L2 Custom Quilt-Top Les Paul (w/ display case)
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AMPS:

1969 MusicMan RD-112 Tube Amp

1999 Two Rock Opal Head thru Mesa Boogie 1/12 cabinet
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Other Gear:

RMC Wah

Big Muff Pedal

Roland GR-1 Synthesizer coupled to...

Roland VG-8 Guitar/Amp Modeler
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I know it's an eclectic mix of stuff, but although I love Tokais, there are many other older Japanese companies that made replicas just as good and sometimes better than Tokai, so I just keep the coolest and the best of them. I ended up keeping 2 Love Rocks and a Springy, but those older Grecos have MOJO and you can find many more different replicas out there - they must have copied every single classic guitar in history. I've literally seen them all - and they even have a really rare, old Zemaitis copy that is virtually impossible to find now, but I am on that mission now - to find the Ronnie Wood Metal Disc top replica.

Nice lists of gear guys; it's always cool seeing what everyone else has got.

- APM
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Novosel
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2002 9:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One electric, one acoustic, one amp:

'84 Tokai Love Rock ALS-60 flametop
'64 Harmony 1310 archtop cutaway
Marshall 75 watt amp

Any tone they can't give me comes from my hands.
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dotneck88
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2002 4:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd like to pipe in as I'm getting green reading..63 Strat, 69 Goldtop Les Paul,1978 Tokai Reborn Les Paul,1984ish Tokai Goldstar Sound Red Strat with Kinman P.U.,1988 Dotneck 335 Re-issue Blond,1991 Fender Ultra Strat,G&L ASAT signed by Robbin Ford & Ronnie Earl,Carr Slant 6V 2-12 double power,Carr Rambler 1-12,1977 Fender Vibrolux, 1978 Fender Delux,and to many effects to list. Favorite is the 63 strat thru the Carr slant 6 V.....Mike
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Novosel
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2002 1:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like a challenge there, LondonBarry!

Seriously, my youth was spent in garage bands covering Top 40 hits, and with no musical knowledge and the sparsest of equipment, we learned to imitate different guitar sounds with varying pick attacks, palm dampening techniques, etc. It was a great training ground. The middle p-up switch through a clean amp setting and light picking will give you a passable thin Fender-y sound - but...

Who'd want to sound like a Strat anyway!!

Regarding my spartan gear: my rather thin wallet has always dictated the size of my collection. I'd like to think the resulting frustratiion has manifested in my soulful blues licks.
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Peter Mac
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2002 4:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just remember this one thing, gentlemen

He who dies with the most toys....

...still dies.

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