24/10/2014

Review: Tokai ES-138/SR • ES-145G/BB • ES-162/TB

Tokai ES-162 – and case

Tokai Guitars have a well-earned reputation for making high-quality electric guitars and basses, often ”inspired” by vintage designs. This time we got three semis from the very top of Tokai’s Japanese model range for review.

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Tokai ES-138SR – full front

The Tokai ES-138 (current price in Finland: 1,368 €, incl. hard case) is the company’s version of a 1958 Gibson ES-335, available in either see-through red or piano black.

Tokai ES-145G – full front

Tokai’s ES-145G (current price in Finland: 1,431 €, incl. hard case) is a lightly updated variation on the theme, which comes equipped with gold-coloured hardware and a black finish.

Tokai ES-162TB – full front

The Tokai ES-162 (current price in Finland: 1,628 €, incl. hard case) is the most expensive model of the three on review. The ES-162 comes with post-1962 style small block markers, brass bridge saddles, and a light aluminium stopbar. The icing on the cake is this model’s vintage-style nitrocellulose finish – you can choose between a tri-burst and red.

Tokai ES-138 – headstock

Tokai use top-drawer Gotoh tuners on the three tested models.

Tokai ES-138 – tuners

The ES-138 and ES-162 come equipped with vintage-style Kluson-copies.

Tokai ES-145G – headstock

Tokai ES-145G – tuners

For the ES-145G Tokai have chosen a set of modern enclosed Gotohs.

Tokai ES-145G – fingerboard

These Tokai Japan -instruments all come with a one-piece mahogany neck, complete with a vintage-correct, steep headstock angle (17 degrees).

The bound rosewood fretboards on the ES-138 and ES-145G models sport dot markers.

Tokai ES-162 – fretboard

As the ES-162 is Tokai’s version of a 1962-’64 ”Block Marker” ES-335, this guitar comes with small rectangular inlays made of pearloid.

All three instruments come fitted with medium-size frets.

Tokai ES-138 – bridge

Tokai’s ES-guitars come with Gotoh Tune-o-matic-bridges and stopbar tailpieces.

Tokai ES-145G – bridge

On the ES-138 and the ES-145G we find Gotoh’s LS-series hardware – die-cast (Zamac) parts with steel bridge saddles.

The ES-162 goes one step more ”vintage” by using a Gotoh HLS -set, comprising an ultra-light aluminium stopbar tailpiece and chrome-plated brass saddles on the bridge.

Tokai ES-162 – pickups

This guitar trio is equipped with the same pickups – a pair of Tokai PAF-Vintage Mark II -humbuckers.

Tokai ES-145G – controls

All the electronic components are top quality Japanese parts.

Tokai ES-case

Certain Tokai Japan -models are now sold in Finland complete with Tokai’s cool hard cases.

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Tokai ES-138 – beauty shot 1

The cherry red semi-acoustic is one of guitardom’s most iconic electric models. For many this curvy and well-rounded body, made from heat-pressed maple plywood, is the most beautiful body style ever.

Tokai’s ES-138 recreates this classic guitar in its earliest guise (c. 1958), complete with dot markers and a long pickguard, which extends past the bridge.

Even though an ES-335-type body is comparatively large (but thin), many of the best semi-acoustics are surprisingly lightweight. The Tokai ES-138 is very comfortable to play – both seated and strapped on – and balances superbly.

This model’s neck profile is a medium-thick ”D”, which feels great (at least in my hand). The fret job on the test sample was excellent, the set-up spot-on, and the action very light (with a set of 010s). The ES-138’s acoustic tone is typical of this type of guitar – very hollow and nasal with a clicking attack.

Tokai’s own rendition of the classic PAF-humbucker is superb, there’s no two ways about this! The output signal is moderate, and the basic sound is very open and dynamic. The neck pickup has a warm, round tone, but doesn’t mush up. The middle position on the selector switch gives you a very balanced and open sound. The bridge humbucker on its own sounds fresh and crispy, with not even a hint of annoying mid-range ”nagging”.

Tokai ES-138 – body beauty

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Tokai ES-145G – beauty shot 1

The black-and-gold ES-145G sure looks very stylish – this is the distinguished gentleman in Tokai’s ES-range, who keeps his cool and looks dapper, no matter what.

Our test sample was the heaviest guitar of this trio, but still much, much lighter than may lesser contenders.

The ES-145G’s neck profile is also the chunkiest. This D-profile is a real palm-filler, giving you a real taste of late-Fifties goodness, and managing to stay just on the right side of ”fat”.

The workmanship displayed, and playability offered by the ES-145G are simply superb. Played acoustically there’s not a lot of difference between the ES-145G and the ES-138.

Through an amp, the ES-145G sounds just like a quality semi-acoustic should – humbucker power, balanced by a clean mid-range.

Tokai ES-145G – body beauty

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Tokai ES-162 – beauty shot 1

Our review sample of the Tokai ES-162 is a real featherweight!

The ES-162’s Block Marker -personality is completed by an authentic early-Sixties style neck profile. It’s an oval ”C” that is less of a handful than the ES-138’s neck.

Top marks for the ES-162’s workmanship, finish and playability – this is a first-rate instrument.

This model’s thin nitro lacquer, its lightweight tailpiece, as well as the brass saddles on the Tune-o-matic combine into a very open-sounding and dynamic acoustic performance.

Standing in the same room with your amp, it is easy to notice an added degree of 3D-depth and scope in the guitar’s amplified tone. Interestingly – as is so often the case – recording the sound doesn’t seem to fully convey this added tonal dimension. You have to experience the ES-168 ”in the flesh” to get the full picture; the recordings sound remarkably similar to the other two models’ performances.

Tokai ES-162 – body beauty

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Tokai ES-162 – label

The reputation of Tokai Japan -instruments has been legendary among players and collectors ever since the 1970s. This trio of ES-semis makes it crystal-clear that Tokai actually deserves this reputation thanks to the superb quality of it’s Made-in-Japan guitars.

Tokai’s ES-138, ES-145G and ES-162 offer you genuine Japanese quality at very fair prices.

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Tokai Japan semi-acoustic electrics

Tokai ES-138 – 1,368 € (hard case included)

Tokai ES-145G – 1,431 € (hard case included)

Tokai ES-162 – 1,628 € (hard case included)

Finnish distributor: Musamaailma

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Pros:

+ Japanese workmanship

+ one-piece neck

+ superb finish and set-up

+ Gotoh-hardware

+ authentic tone

23/10/2014

Review: Roland Cube-10GX

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The new Roland Cube-10GX approaches the company’s popular Cube-concept from a slightly different angle.

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The 10-watt Roland Cube-10GX (Finnish price approx. 125 €) slots into the model range right between the 3-watt Micro Cube GX and the 20-watt Cube-20GX combo.

Despite its very affordable price, the 10GX is built as sturdily as the larger Cube models, featuring chunky corner protectors, and the metal grille typical of this series.

An eight-inch speaker has been installed into the closed-back, front-ported cabinet.

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The backpanel sports connections for DC In (the PSU comes included), Aux In, as well as a combined line level output/headphones jack.

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The Cube-10GX combo’s architecture differs somewhat from the rest of the GX-models:

The 10GX doesn’t feature a built-in tuner or an i-Cube-Link, like the rest of the GX-models, but offers a much more open way of offering its COSM-generated amp models.

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The Cube-10GX lets you choose from a number of different amp models via the new Roland Cube Kit app (Android and iOS). At the moment of writing the app offers eight guitar amp models, plus one bass amp and one amp for acoustic guitar.

Despite the fact that the control panel reads ”Clean”, ”Crunch” and ”Lead”, you can load any of the COSM amp models on offer into any of the amp’s three channels. If you’re a Jazzer, for example, you might prefer to use only clean amps, like Acoustic, JC Clean and Black Panel.

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Let me deal with the ”bad news” first: Sadly, the Cube-10GX offers only a single effect section, in contrast to all the other Cube GX -combos. The 10GX gives you the choice between either a chorus or a delay or a hall reverb or a (very wet) spring reverb. And there are no effect combinations on offer.

The new combo’s main focus lies in the easy-to-swap amp models, and improvements in the sound of both the amp and the COSM-models. For a 10-watter the Cube-10GX is surprisingly loud. Thanks to its much larger speaker the new combo sounds much fuller and more grown up than the Micro Cube.

The updated COSM-models sound noticeably more transparent and fresher, without any additional background hiss or noise. The 10GX’ well-designed three-band EQ section lets you tailor the sound to your requirements.

Loading a new amp model into one of the Cube-10GX’ channels via the Cube Kit app is fast and easy, and doesn’t require any special cables. You only need a fitting mini-jack adapter to hook up the guitar lead to your smartphone (or tablet). All the necessary data is then transmitted from the Android- or iOS-device to the amp via the guitar cable. The whole process takes only a few taps and a couple of seconds.

The factory default has the Jazz Chorus amp model loaded into channel 1. I’m playing my Fender Telecaster with a little chorus added from the combo:

Here’s another Jazz Chorus clip, but this time seasoned with some Surf-type spring reverb:

The Classic Stack model is the factory setting for channel 2. It is Roland’s version of a Marshall-stack. I’ve added some delay for this clip:

I loaded the Brit Combo (AC30) model into channel 2, using the Cube Kit app. I’m playing my Telecaster with some reverb from the combo:

”Orng Stack” stands for Orange-stack. This is what it sounds like, played with my Gibson Melody Maker SG:

The factory default for channel 3 is the R-fier Stack model. First a clip using the Telecaster, and then an example Played with the Melody Maker SG:

The Cube Kit’s Acoustic model provides an easy solution for amplifying your acoustic guitar. I’ve used a Tanglewood dreadnought equipped with a magnetic soundhole pickup by Seymour Duncan:

The Cube-10GX even sounds surprisingly good as a tiny bass combo (all audio clips have been recorded with a Shure SM57):

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Roland’s Cube-10GX (and the cool Cube Kit app) makes it possible to turn this little combo into the amp you really need. A Blues player will probably load his (or her) Cube-10GX with the Black Panel-, Brit Combo-, and Tweed-models, while a Metal guitarist will prefer the chunkier COSM-models on offer (like the Classic-, Metal- and R-fier-stacks).

The Cube-10GX sounds great and is a real little shouter. Despite offering fewer built-in effects than the rest of the GX-range, the Roland Cube-10GX still offers a lot of fun at a very competitive price.

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Roland Cube-10GX

Price range in Finland approx. 125 €

Maahantuoja: Roland Scandinavia

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Pros:

+ fair price

+ powerful

+ wide range of available amp models (via the Cube Kit app)

+ three-band EQ

+ sturdy build

+ sound

Cons:

– only one effect section

spring reverb offers only little scope for adjustment

22/10/2014

Uusi kirja: Keikkapäivä – 24 tuntia kiertue-elämä

Keikkapäivä – AD

Maan eturiviin kuuluva (entinen) kitarateknikko Kimmo Aroluoma on kirjoittanut viihtyisän ja erittäin informatiivisen oppaan kiertue-elämästä bänditeknikon näkövinkkelistä.

Keikkapäivä – 24 tuntia kiertue-elämä” kertoo, mitä ”tavallisessa” keikkapäivässä Euroopan kiertueella kaikki tapahtuu:

”Aloitin keikkailun tyhjästä, eli opettelin tarvittavat asiat kantapään kautta, kuten moni muukin ennen minua”, Aroluoma kertoo. ”Vähitellen minulle heräsi ajatus opaskirjasta, joka kertoisi selkein esimerkein ja tarinomaisesti, mitä keikkapäivän aikana tapahtuu. Moni tällä alalla työskentelevä varjelee oppimansa, ja pelkää, että joku vie hänen työpaikkansa. Mielestäni tämä on väärä ajattelutapa! Yritinkin palata mielessäni siihen hetkeen, kun aloitin kitarateknikon työt. Mietin millaisen kirjan olisin silloin halunnut lukea. Tämä on se kirja.”

Keikapäivä” on kirjoitettu hyvin sujuvasti ja huumorilla, ja se sisältää aimon annoksen hyödyllistä tietoa. Kirjan kuvituksessa on käytetty Harri Huhtasen ennen julkaisemattomia kuvia The Rasmuksen Black Roses -kiertueelta (2009), jossa Aroluoma oli mukana kitarateknikkona.

Lue lisää TÄSSÄ.

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Keikkapäivä – 24 tuntia kiertue-elämä

Kimmo Aroluoma

Custom Sounds Finland Oy, 2014

ISBN 978-952-93-4534-2 (nid.)

21/10/2014

Review: DigiTech HardWire Supernatural

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Digitech Hardwire Supernatural – angled w LED

Digitech’s new Hardwire Supernatural reverb pedal lays seven genuine Lexicon-reverb algorithms at your feet.

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Digitech Hardwire Supernatural – top view

The Hardwire Supernatural (Finnish street price approx. 140 €) is Digitech’s newest digital reverb in pedal form.

The pedal sports three controls:

Mix is used for setting the mix of the dry and wet signals in the output. Liveliness lets you adjust the reverb’s treble content and brilliancy. The length of the delay is controlled using the Decay-knob.

The Supernatural can be used monophonically (mono signal in –> mono signal out), as well as in stereo (mono or stereo signal in –> stereo signal out). The pedal automatically detects which jacks are used at any given time and puts itself into the correct mode of operation accordingly.

Digitech Hardwire Supernatural – Stomplock

In addition to the manual, the box also includes a glow-in-the-dark sticker to put on the switch, Hardwire’s Stomplock rubber cover (which protects the controls from accidental parameter changes), as well as a velcro base for pedalboard installation.

Even though the new Hardwire pedal will work for an hour or two running on a 9 V block, you should really use a PSU with a power-hungry digital effect, such as this. A power supply isn’t included with the Supernatural, but the pedal is conforming to the (de facto) Boss-standard.

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Digitech Hardwire Supernatural – right w LED

The Hardwire Supernatural offers you seven different reverb types, with a strong emphasis on processed reverbs. There are two ”pure” reverb types, with the rest offering combinations of reverb and modulation effects.

Plate reverb is one of the unmodulated, classic algorithms:

All the other sound clips have been recorded with the three controls set to 12 o’clock, but here’s a taste of the Plate type with Mix set to 3 o’clock and Decay turned up all the way:

Plate Mod adds a chorus effect on top of a plate reverb:

Shimmer combines an open-sounding Hall reverb with an octaver:

Supernova is a very intense-sounding reverb with a deep flanger and a pitch shifter modulating:

Shine is a chorus-endowed version of the Shimmer reverb:

Pherb modulates a Hall-style reverb with some hefty phasing:

Last, but not least, there’s a tasty version of an unadulterated spring reverb, called Spring:

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Digitech Hardwire Supernatural – left

In my view, Digitech’s Hardwire Supernatural is a superb reverb pedal, which gives you the two most important traditional reverb types for guitar – namely Plate and Spring – along with some excitingly strange modulated reverb effects.

The Supernatural is a great pedal for it’s spring and plate reverbs alone, but you will get most out of this stompbox, if you’re into experimental and/or colourful guitar sounds.

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Digitech Hardwire Supernatural

Finnish street price approx. 140 €

Finnish distributor: EM Nordic

A big thank you to DLX Music Helsinki for the loan of the review sample!

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Pros:

+ seven genuine Lexicon-reverbs

+ Stomplock control cover

+ sound

20/10/2014

Turenki Tonefest 2014 – the video

19/10/2014

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16/10/2014

Testipenkissä: Tokai ES-138/SR • ES-145G/BB • ES-162/TB

Tokai ES-162 – and case

Tokai Guitarsilla on erittäin hyvä maine laadukkaiden sähkökitaroiden ja -bassojen valmistajana. Tällä kertaa testissä kävi kolme Japanissa käsityönä valmistettua Tokai ES -sarjan soitinta hintaskaalan kalliimmasta päästä.

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Tokai ES-138SR – full front

Tokai ES-138 (hinta: 1.368 €, sis. kovan kotelon) on firman versio vuoden 1958:n Gibson ES-335 -kitarasta, joka on saatavilla sekä punaisena että mustana.

Tokai ES-145G – full front

Tokai ES-145G (hinta: 1.431 €, sis. kovan kotelon) on kullanvärisillä metalliosilla varustettu ja kevyesti modernisoitu tulkinta aiheesta. Se on saatavana ainoastaan mustana.

Tokai ES-162TB – full front

Tokai ES-162 (hinta: 1.628 €, sis. kovan kotelon) on kolmikon kallein malli, jolla on suorakulmaiset otemerkit, tallapalat messingistä, sekä alumiininen kieltenpidin. Piste i:n päällä on kuitenkin ES-162:n viimeistely aidolla nitrolakalla. Malli on saatavana kolmivärisellä liukuvärityksellä tai punaisena.

Tokai ES-138 – headstock

Tokai käyttää näissä kitaroissa Gotohin valmistamia laatuvirittimiä.

Tokai ES-138 – tuners

ES-138- ja ES-162-kitarat on varustettu Kluson-tyylisillä vintage-koneistoilla.

Tokai ES-145G – headstock

Tokai ES-145G – tuners

ES-145G:n lapaan taas on asennettu nykyaikaisia suljettuja Gotoh-virittimia.

Tokai ES-145G – fingerboard

Näissä Tokai Japan -soittimissa on yhdestä palasta veistettyjä mahonkikauloja vintage-tyylisellä, jyrkällä lapakulmalla (17 astetta).

ES-138- ja ES-145G-malleissa käytetään pieniä pyöreitä otemerkkejä reunalistoitetussa palisanteriotelaudassa.

Tokai ES-162 – fretboard

ES-162 taas on Tokain versio vuoden 1962-’64 ns. ”Block Marker” ES-335:sta, jossa upotukset ovat keskikokoisia suorakulmia.

Nauhakoko on näissä kolmessa ES-mallissa medium.

Tokai ES-138 – bridge

Kaikissa kolmessa Tokai ES -kitaroissa on Gotohin valmistama palkkimainen kieltenpidin, sekä kevyesti nykyaikaistettu versio Tune-o-Matic-tallasta.

Tokai ES-145G – bridge

ES-138:ssä ja ES-145G:ssä käytettään Gotoh LS -settiä sinkkipitoisesta valumetallista teräksisillä tallapaloilla.

ES-162:n Gotoh HLS -setti on muutaman asteen verran vintagemaisempi, kun käytössä on erittäin kevyt alumiinista valmistettu kieltenpidin, sekä kromattuja tallapaloja messingistä.

Tokai ES-162 – pickups

Kolmikon mikrofonivarustus on sama – kitaroissa on kaksi Tokai PAF-Vintage Mark II -humbuckeria.

Tokai ES-145G – controls

Huippulaadukas linja jatkuu luonnollisesti myös ES-kolmikon japanilaisissa elektroniikkaosissa.

Tokai ES-case

Tokai Japanin hienoimpia kitaramalleja myydään nykyään firman omissa laadukkaissa koteloissa.

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Tokai ES-138 – beauty shot 1

Kirsikanpunainen puoliakustinen on yksi legendaarisimmista sähkökitaramalleista. Useimpien mielestä tämä kurvikas, muottiin prässätystä nelikerroksisesta vaahteravanerista tehty koppa on kaunein muoto ikinä.

Tokain ES-138 on kyllä upea tulkinta klassikkomallin varhaisesta versiosta, jolla on asianmukainen erikoispitkä plektrasuoja ja pyöreät otemerkit.

Vaikka ES-kitaroiden runko on pinta-alalta varsin mittava, on laadukas lajinsa edustaja kuitenkin useimmiten yllättävän kevyt. Tokai ES-138 on erittäin mukava pitää sylissä tai kantaa hihnassa, ja se asettuu hyvin nätisti tasapainoon.

Kaulaprofiili on keskituhti ”D”, joka istuu todella mukavasti ainakin minun käteeni. Nauhatyö oli testisoittimessa ensiluokkaista, ja kitara oli säädetty hyvin mukavaksi 010-kielisatsilla. ES-138:n akustinen klangi on mallityypin mukainen – ontto ja nasaali maiskuttavalla atakilla.

Täytyy kyllä sanoa, että Tokain omat PAF-tyyliset humbuckerit kuulostavat loistavilta! Lähtötaso on hyvin maltillinen ja perussoundi on mukavan avoin. Kaulamikki on lämmin, mutta erotteleva, ja valitsimen keskiasennossa soundi on ilmava. Tallahumbucker taas soi hyvin tuoreella äänellä, mutta ei ”marise” häiritsevästi keskialueella.

Tokai ES-138 – body beauty

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Tokai ES-145G – beauty shot 1

Musta ja kultainen ES-145G on mielestäni erittäin tyylikäs soitin – Tokai ES -sarjan oikea herrasmies, joka näyttää hyvältä tilanteessa kuin tilanteessa.

Testiyksilö on aavistuksen verran painavampi kuin testissä käynyt ES-138, mutta silti vielä huomattavasti kevyempi kuin moni edullinen tulkinta samasta aiheesta.

ES-145G:n kaulaprofiili on tämän kolmikon tuhdein. Tällainen täyteläinen D-profiili antaa aitoa myöhäisen 1950-luvun makua. Kaula ei ole missään nimessä liian paksu, mutta se täyttää käden vakuuttavasti.

Työnjälki ja soitettavuus ovat myös ES-145G:ssä esimerkillisiä. Akustisesti soitettuna ES-145G:n ja ES-138:n soundit ovat käytännössä identtisiä.

Myös vahvistettuna on vaikea huomata selkeitä eroja – Tokai ES-145G soi kuin mitä erittäin laadukkaalta puoliakustiselta sopii odottaa.

Tokai ES-145G – body beauty

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Tokai ES-162 – beauty shot 1

Testissä käynyt ES-162 on selvästi kolmikon kevyin yksilö!

ES-162:n Block Marker -ulkonäköön sopii myös kaulan autenttinen profiili, joka on ovaali ”C” ja hieman ohuempi kuin ES-138:ssa.

Työnjälki ja soitettavuus on myös ES-162:n tapauksessa ensiluokkaista.

Tämän kitaran ohut viimeistely nitrolakalla, sen kevyempi kieltenpidin, sekä tallan messingistä tehdyt tallapalat antavat Tokai ES-162:lle erittäin avoimen ja dynaamisen akustisen klangin.

Myös ”livenä” vahvistimen kanssa samassa huoneessa huomaa, että tämän kitaran soundissa on aavistuksen verran enemmän syvyyttä ja laajuutta. Mutta, kuten usein, äänitetyssä materiaalissa tämä ”kolmas ulottuvuus” katoaa melkein kokonaan, ja ES-162 kuulostaa miltei samalta kuin testikolmikon kaksi muuta mallia.

Tokai ES-162 – body beauty

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Tokai ES-162 – label

Tokai Japan -soittimien maine on jo 1970-luvulta lähtien ollut legendaarinen, ja tämä ES-sarjan kärkkikolmikko tekee hyvinkin selväksi, että Tokain tapauksessa firman maine ja sen kitaroiden laatu käyvät saumattomasti yksi yhteen.

Tokain ES-138, ES-145G ja ES-162 tarjoavat japanilaista huippulaatua erittäin reiluun hintaan.

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Tokai Japan -puoliakustiset

Tokai ES-138 – 1.368 € (kotelo sis. hintaan)

Tokai ES-145G – 1.431 € (kotelo sis. hintaan)

Tokai ES-162 – 1.628 € (kotelo sis. hintaan)

Maahantuoja: Musamaailma

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Plussat:

+ japanilainen työnjälki

+ yksiosainen kaula

+ viimeistelyn taso

+ Gotoh-metalliosat

+ mikrofonien soundi

15/10/2014

Kitarablogi-video: Tokai ES-138/SR • ES-145G/BB • ES-162/TB

Tokai ES-145G – controls

14/10/2014

Tulossa: Tokai ES-138, ES-145G & ES-162

Tokai ES-138SR – beauty pieni

Tokai ES-145G_BB – beauty pieni

Tokai ES-162TB – beauty pieni

Lisätiedot: Musamaailma

14/10/2014

Tulevana sunnuntaina +++ This Sunday +++ Turenki Tonefest 2014

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