Review: Tokai AJG-88
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Are you looking for something off the beaten path of Strat- and Les Paul-clones? One interesting guitar might be the Tokai AJG-88 – an homage to the Fender Jazzmaster, factory-modded for the modern player.
The Tokai AJG-88 (current price in Finland: 1,099 €) is a bolt-on-neck instrument with a long scale.
We find a one-piece maple neck fastened to a streamlined alder body, crafted from three side-by-side pieces.
The Tokai comes in an all-gloss finish: The neck has been sprayed with clear lacquer, with the body showing off a sumptuous three-tone sunburst.
One welcome nod to the 21st century is the AJG-88’s truss rod access, which has been moved from the traditional body-facing end of the neck up to the headstock for easy accessibility.
The AJG-88 comes equipped with a nice set of sealed Gotoh tuners.
The chocolate-coloured rosewood fingerboard sports 22 medium-jumbo frets, which have…
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Posted on May 13, 2013, in electric guitars and tagged AJG-88, electric guitar, Tokai. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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