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Tokai Talbo A-145HSH
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Tokai Talbo A-145HSH

Other Shape Guitar from Tokai .

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Tokai Talbo A-145HSHPublished on 03/09/07 at 17:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Tokai Talbo (meaning Tokai Alloy Body) is manufactured in Japan and is named after her body (hollow) made of aluminum, painted black mtallis on mine with a plate tortoise, and foam filled DViT priori to the sound of the guitar banjo when not nest branch.
It possde a handle covered with dun Saddle Fender style gloss and a touch in the radius rosewood with 22 frets plutt vintage and pitch must be 25 1 / 2 ".

The bridge is a Wilkinson vibrato VS100G manufactured under license by Gotoh SD91 mcaniques and of the same brand are Kluson copies but blocking.

It is team of three microphones Soundgarage Japan (Gotoh yet), a humbucker in grave, a simple middle and another double acute.......
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The Tokai Talbo (meaning Tokai Alloy Body) is manufactured in Japan and is named after her body (hollow) made of aluminum, painted black mtallis on mine with a plate tortoise, and foam filled DViT priori to the sound of the guitar banjo when not nest branch.
It possde a handle covered with dun Saddle Fender style gloss and a touch in the radius rosewood with 22 frets plutt vintage and pitch must be 25 1 / 2 ".

The bridge is a Wilkinson vibrato VS100G manufactured under license by Gotoh SD91 mcaniques and of the same brand are Kluson copies but blocking.

It is team of three microphones Soundgarage Japan (Gotoh yet), a humbucker in grave, a simple middle and another double acute. All controlled by a 5 slecteur Strat-type positions and quune knob Volume and Tone.

It's more or less a rdition amliore the original MODEL Talbo 80s (83/84 I think), Tokai plutt specially in both copies of usual, and that users are most clbres guitarist dInxs, Devo, and many Japanese rock band.

UTILIZATION

THE FIRST thing you notice when you take this guitar cest lev weight of the body metal.

The neck profile very kind old Strat round (C or D, I never knew where nai which silent), jadore me, the guitar hero will love a little less but to please them all the m I CCAA is facilitated by a sharp heel ergonomic.

The original form of the guitar teachers not nest in the end, the handle so as DGIG by cutaways on a Start, the horn can play infrieure Manir comfortable sitting there a chamfer for washing hands and feet linstrument is equilibrated (but heavy!)

SOUNDS

The weakness of this model: its low-end microphones that do not really make justice the outstanding violin guitar and I'm going to change mempresser (jai had the guitar a low price trs Pipelines Limited and the change in my budget), but certainly for classical effective Dimarzio or Duncan.

Talking about microphones, however original post, for copies of PAF humbuckers and a copy of the Micro Start simple (which ultimately is the one who makes the best sen).

The two doubles are pretty runny and not too nont personality and can do everything modestly lon can expect from a humbucker basic, Jazz, Blues, Rock mainly but not generate much enthusiasm. There are more hedge leffet Lampl with the current low-end microphone that comes a little gcher among others the joy caused by the evil of this gear sustain aluminum.

Finally cest plutt with the positions of intermdiaires slecteur (2 & 4) I MyMusic most to Linster. Cest my guitar Premire japprcie three microphones and many types of sounds that Strat jai could find and TRS going well for the Blues and Funk.

EDIT: APRS bugging the PRS Dragon II Neck Bridge and before 6 / 10, you leave 9 / 10 (not 10 becaufe has no sound of course never as a Tele or a Les Paul 63 68 should not xagrer !)

OVERALL OPINION

This guitar is a sudden heart primarily because I possde dj few other good guitars (I got!), Rickenbacker, Danelectro, ESP, Eko, Kramer, Telecaster, and jai crack trs on the original look and sound of many groups that jaime and lutilisent.

Unfortunately trs rare in the West (I think be one of the only owners of this guitar in France), the Tokai and particulirement Talbo the instrument that are dexcellents deserve.

Indeed jai put prsdun year finding or plutt drive (!) The MODEL (and often what is rare is expensive cest well known).
Offers for sale in Japan around 1200 (without the expense dIMPORTANT, customs, etc..) The importance Tokai Official England offers him The importance for 1300, an importer starts trying franais davoir of Tokai in 1000 and asked EST APRS finally moult research that jai Found lobjet of my dreams in a German vendor, including silent jignorais quil official importer mark in the country, for a price gun 600 including shipping (jignore yet how he can sell as cheap compared to others!) and in addition is a MODEL of spcial Talbo in this configuration and the finish that are not in the catalog.

I am happy with this purchase TRS even if the microphones are changed (as seen Laffaire jai jai Found jump on loccasion) dailleurs often seen in Japan s ries of Talbo teams of specially Dimarzio pickups, EMG, Gibson, Duncan, Lacedonc I will not deprive myself damliorer this beautiful guitar and violin making excellent Jdita So I think this moment.

EDIT: So the addition of micro APRS PRS guitar don 'rvele you leave and not its full potential and really sounds HUGE (trs remaining versatile and everything ...), I love this scratching trs original and which, moreover, never fails to take effect in jam or in public!
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  • Manufacturer: Tokai
  • Model: Talbo A-145HSH
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/23/2006

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