My new japanese Girl friend!

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My new japanese Girl friend!

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"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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Re: My new japanese Girl friend!

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:handshake: Perfect finish! :dance:

But - how does she sound? :music1:
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Re: My new japanese Girl friend!

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Sounds like this...


Tokai Sound Test.mp3 - (13.65 MiB)

FullSignal Chain is as drawn bellow...
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Re: My new japanese Girl friend!

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WOW!!!

Looks great ...... Sounds great ...... Played great !!!!!!!! :clap:
A Japanese built Tokai is an excellent buy. Hope you have a long lasting relationship for years and years.

That's an impressive signal chain .... I'd need a notebook to keep a track of all the settings. But I bet I'd make it sound a mess! :roll:

Always get a pang of regret when I see a Japanses Tokai Les Paul style - I once had one such new Japanese girlfriend (the lovely "Shiraz") and everything was magical for a few years. An LC85 if i recall based on the custom and wine red - hence the name I called her. Suddenly one day something missing, and in no time at all the magic was gone. It wasn't her fault - I listened to her played by someone else and she sounded beautiful. It's the only time that has happened to me and I hope it's the last! I've not given any guitar a name since then.
A look back to the past of 2009 when she still sang for me,
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ClappedOut.mp3 - (3.99 MiB)

An improv a day keeps the demons at bay!
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Re: My new japanese Girl friend!

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Well, thanks again VB!
Just a travel pedal board... Just used Timeline, Zendrive, Boost and HOF verb for that sound test other pedal was bypass'd
Your "Shiraz" sang well, I bet you still miss her sometimes...
"Don't be afraid by wrong notes, it doesn't exist" Miles Davis.
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