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  • #46
    Nice. I had forgotten all about Tokai guitars, thanks for the update.

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    • #47
      +1 on keeping the pickguard - love it! Nice score!

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      • #48
        "The Paisley Underground"











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        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxDq5KKNVbA
        One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
        Three chords and you're into jazz
        - Lou Reed

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        • #49
          Wow, somebody potted the living DOG**************** out of that pickup



          Looks great, man. Hell of a score.
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          • #50
            Keep the pickguard!
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            • #51
              I will. By the way I just heard that the 2012 Tokia Paisley Tele MIJ reissues will be available for sale in in The USA for the The first time since the 1980s!















              One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
              Three chords and you're into jazz
              - Lou Reed

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              • #52
                Check it out!































                One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
                Three chords and you're into jazz
                - Lou Reed

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                • #53
                  Clear Pickguard = Win.
                  Besides being a guitar player,
                  I'm a big fan of the guitar.
                  I love that damn instrument.
                  -Steve Vai

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                  • #54
                    Thanks!



                    One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
                    Three chords and you're into jazz
                    - Lou Reed

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                    • #55
                      Tune-a-riffic!
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                      • #56






                        Quote Originally Posted by fuzztone
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                        Here is my Tokai and an original 1969 Fender Paisley Red Telecaster











                        What I know about classic Fenders could fit in a thimble, but am I the only forumite to be surprised that an, "original '69", Tele would have a maple fretboard--without a filler strip on the back of the neck ("skunk-stripe")?



                        That would imply a separate maple fretboard and maple neck, and I didn't think that Fender would have done that in 1969 (I know lots of manufacturers do that in the modern era).
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                        • #57






                          Quote Originally Posted by headless
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                          What I know about classic Fenders could fit in a thimble, but am I the only forumite to be surprised that an, "original '69", Tele would have a maple fretboard--without a filler strip on the back of the neck ("skunk-stripe")?



                          That would imply a separate maple fretboard and maple neck, and I didn't think that Fender would have done that in 1969 (I know lots of manufacturers do that in the modern era).




                          Here is another "68 tele with a neck like that















                          One chord is fine. Two chords is pushing it.
                          Three chords and you're into jazz
                          - Lou Reed

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                          • #58
                            [QUOTE=fuzztone;46232775]Here is another "68 tele with a neck like that



                            "The more you know..."
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                            • #59
                              Paisley guitars give me a boner. This thread has been hard on my jeans.



                              HNGD!

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                              • #60
                                That looks great! Cool you tube link as well. Does Tokai make a blue model as well?

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