TOKAI トーカイ コンコルドヘッドネック つばだ... - ヤフオク!
Specifications: 86 TOKAI JSD-603 neck.
The Strat head is SD and the Jackson head is JSD, and this is the Jackson head.
A Charvel type neck with a thin neck and a square fingerboard end.
At that time, the Strat head was not very popular, and this one was more popular.
This one is a scarf joint and takes more time.
However, for some reason the Strat head uses a 0F nut, but this Concord head uses a Kahler type nut.
Is it because the Charvel MODEL series of the same period also used a Kahler type nut?
It will be changed with a minor change on the way.
The scarf joint has no steps, and the fret corners are chamfered.
The specs are
his regular scale (648 mm) with 22 frets.
Specifications are maple and rosewood fingerboard.
The back of the neck has a half-matte finish.
The fingerboard is not so R, and the grip of the neck is a thin C shape.
Frets are slightly larger than standard frets.
A normal ride nut is included.
The pegs are compatible with rotomatic pegs with screw holes right next to them.
The joint is an orthodox 4-point plate stop.
Size: The neck end size is 56.0mm wide, 26.6mm thick (not including frets), and 43.0mm wide at the nut.
Condition: A small scratch on the head, a slight chip on the back, and a small scratch on the back of the neck.
The current state of the rod is straight, and the rod has plenty of room to turn left and right.
The frets are generally 70% to 80% remaining.
Maintenance: Appearance polishing, fingerboard cleaning, lemon oil coating.
A mailing cost is Yu-pack 100 size.
The Concord Head wasn't that good for a while either, but thanks to the popularity of the Jackson/Charvel line, it has regained its popularity.