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Tokai Love Rock

LP-Shaped Guitar from Tokai .

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"Chines Tokai Love Rock, good, but not extremely good"

Tokai Love RockPublished on 11/14/20 at 00:01
MY Tokai Love Rock had not been produced from mahogany, and has no maple cap I think, just a flame maple veneer, which looks great, but has no effect of the sound. Hoever, it's pickups are decent, enough output for feedback WITHOUT ANY SEAGUELL effect, and without being noisy. I love it. :-) The machine heads are without any brand, but do what they were ment to be. The neck/body are maybe maple, and nato the fingerboard is definetelly rosewood. The finish is quite good, and the craftmanship is good enought too. (fret levelling, and fret ends... etc)
In overall, I like it for the price, except that I can see clearly how many parts were the body made from :-(
Check this video, and my others......
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MY Tokai Love Rock had not been produced from mahogany, and has no maple cap I think, just a flame maple veneer, which looks great, but has no effect of the sound. Hoever, it's pickups are decent, enough output for feedback WITHOUT ANY SEAGUELL effect, and without being noisy. I love it. :-) The machine heads are without any brand, but do what they were ment to be. The neck/body are maybe maple, and nato the fingerboard is definetelly rosewood. The finish is quite good, and the craftmanship is good enought too. (fret levelling, and fret ends... etc)
In overall, I like it for the price, except that I can see clearly how many parts were the body made from :-(
Check this video, and my others on youtube :-) Thank you for your attention, hope I was able to help you

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" A very good compromise."

Tokai Love RockPublished on 02/23/13 at 01:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
MIJ, easel classic LP sleeve round enough but very nice, 22 frets, the pickups are Alnico II Pro Slash 4 settings ...

This is an LS95.

UTILIZATION

The handle is surprising, I was afraid to end up with a log (from the world of strats ...).

I rediscovered my bends and vibrated, it's crazy. It is really good, it is very fluid, the key is very beautiful inlays too. Access to acute correct LP what many do not like ... We made it.

One branch, it sounds ... That will rather say the amp.

SOUNDS

Sounds very rock, was the spirit of the guitar crying in the treble, it's great. She is very good in blues, it's either clean or overdrive.

Played on a tweed, a pod HD and class 5 is......
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MIJ, easel classic LP sleeve round enough but very nice, 22 frets, the pickups are Alnico II Pro Slash 4 settings ...

This is an LS95.

UTILIZATION

The handle is surprising, I was afraid to end up with a log (from the world of strats ...).

I rediscovered my bends and vibrated, it's crazy. It is really good, it is very fluid, the key is very beautiful inlays too. Access to acute correct LP what many do not like ... We made it.

One branch, it sounds ... That will rather say the amp.

SOUNDS

Sounds very rock, was the spirit of the guitar crying in the treble, it's great. She is very good in blues, it's either clean or overdrive.

Played on a tweed, a pod HD and class 5 is that of happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been two months since I use it, I love it. She is doing well everywhere. Do not look obviously Fender sounds ...

What interests everyone, this is what it is compared to Gibson.

I situate between a studio and a std towards a traditionnal. The finish is done well, a little too bright can be, but the quality is there, it is clear. With a few small changes (truss rod cover, hiding microphones buttons (no knobs!)), We arrive at a beautiful guitar and sounds really good.
Tokai brand interests me even more is a really good guitar. If you have a budget a little tight, and you're ready to not having Gibson on the head, do not hesitate. Obviously, this is different, it can not be identical, but it is very close, and it sounds terribly well.

For the price, this is fabulous.
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" Still like them very much and use 'em for live gigs"

Tokai Love RockPublished on 01/12/12 at 01:27
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Standard Les Paul copy

UTILIZATION

'60 LS120 with a slim neck type, LS60 with a '59 neck profile

SOUNDS

very loud acoustically Which transfers to a Good dynamic electric sound

OVERALL OPINION

Sorry for my short answer en français, I wrote a verbose purpose of comparison with my 1984 Tokai LS60 Two similar models in the Tokai forum:

https://www.tokaiforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=3703

And Another 1981 about my Tokai LS120 testing SEVERAL bridge humbuckers:

https://www.tokaiforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=4630 ...
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Standard Les Paul copy

UTILIZATION

'60 LS120 with a slim neck type, LS60 with a '59 neck profile

SOUNDS

very loud acoustically Which transfers to a Good dynamic electric sound

OVERALL OPINION

Sorry for my short answer en français, I wrote a verbose purpose of comparison with my 1984 Tokai LS60 Two similar models in the Tokai forum:

https://www.tokaiforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=3703

And Another 1981 about my Tokai LS120 testing SEVERAL bridge humbuckers:

https://www.tokaiforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=4630
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Tokai Love RockPublished on 05/05/04 at 06:21
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Copy of Gibson Les Paul frabriquée in Japan. There are different models but basically There's two levels: those manufactured in Japan (the premium) and those manufactured in Korea (I think it's Korea, the low-end). The one I'm talking about is the high end!
FYI I have had several opportunities to play on standart lespaul and when I bought it I tried it for 3 hours non-stop, alternating with a standart lespaul to see the differences!

Simply put this guitar includes all the features of a real Les Paul: 22 round boxes glued, rather large, round button rosewood and mahogany, varnish -> handle lespaul what!
The body is 2 pieces of mahogany and curly maple tables massive! Beautiful......
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Copy of Gibson Les Paul frabriquée in Japan. There are different models but basically There's two levels: those manufactured in Japan (the premium) and those manufactured in Korea (I think it's Korea, the low-end). The one I'm talking about is the high end!
FYI I have had several opportunities to play on standart lespaul and when I bought it I tried it for 3 hours non-stop, alternating with a standart lespaul to see the differences!

Simply put this guitar includes all the features of a real Les Paul: 22 round boxes glued, rather large, round button rosewood and mahogany, varnish -> handle lespaul what!
The body is 2 pieces of mahogany and curly maple tables massive! Beautiful !!!!! It's crazy!
The bridge is tune o matic, as the true.
3 position selector, 2 volumes, 2 tones, you know the song!

The only difference are the pickups! This is not a gibson malheusement but hey you can not have everything and then it will change!

UTILIZATION

Again it is impressive all there! Compared to the lespaul differences are really small!!
Though I alternate between the two when I tried it hard to see the difference when the guitars are connected! All there really is crazy

Of course in using it involves all the disadvantages of a Les Paul: weight access to acute ...

SOUNDS

In terms of sound through an amp, we can see the difference with the Les Paul but I think it's only due to micro!!
The bass sounds almost like a bang, it's amazing, it's hot desire, a little fat just right, it has a typical grain gibson. Play with the volume becomes a real treat!! On its CRUCH it down to its clear and good sound is saturated marshall crunch down on a beautiful clear to limit the attack on the mediator !!!!!!
Whether it is for blues or rock is happiness!

In terms of it's less acute: it is the one we see a difference lespaul! The sound is a little more aggressive with a gibson and it's a shame. It may be appropriate for very big fan of his but I am not satisfied! Finally again we can change and it's still far from the standart price of a Les Paul!
Basically if there were any gibson pickups on it (well mostly for the treble) I put 10/10

OVERALL OPINION

Well frankly for about € 1000 is crazy !!!!!! For a year I do not always leave it!

I urge that wants to buy a Les Paul: ca 17,000 francs is expensive especially since it takes a lot more for a beautiful finish!

By the way to meet daniel70: me personally, I have absolutely no problem fret! It will soon be 2 years that I have and really it does not move!

I would definitely do it again this election !!!!!!
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  • Manufacturer: Tokai
  • Model: Love Rock
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2007

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