Kookie Japanese Guitars
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Ibanez '68 Strat
re-issue Serial No. F773632. Lawsuit collector's version.
Old-style Ibanez-Fender case. Very clean -- like new. Excellent
flame Roadster Serial No. F791567. This is top Ibanez stuff.
Serial No. J8240804. Mini 335. 14 inch lower bout. $650
II C84. Japan. Has phaze switch and fiesta-red everything.
Two humbuckings. F81. $225
Ibanez Flame-burst and bound. $325
Cream Roadstar II
With push-pull pot humbucking splitter. Heavy wank and floyd
Candy-apple red Roadstar
II RS-440. Push-push pot. Floyd-style wanking bridge. J-85.
Pointy black rock
stick Shouldn't be in Japantown; should be Koreatown.
RG-350 Two humbuckings and a single. Floyd whammy system.
Serial No. K83. Customized. $250
Archtop. GREAT les paul-style instrument. Serial No. D78. $350
Sunburst. Serial No. G83. Original case. Inquire
Blonde FG 100
Serial No. F82. 70s Ibanez Jazz guitar. 16 inch lower bout. Like
Gibson ES-175. Original case included. Inquire
Bunch Tiesco Tulip with 3-piece pickguard $200, Ibanez
Deluxe goldentone longhorn Bison with enough switches to satisfy NASA
$250, Tiesco Phantom $250, Tiesco Tulip with 3-piece
pickguard $200, Norma Mutant Jazzmaster SG $200
Ibanez Bison A
very early version of an Ibanez Deluxe goldentone longhorn Bison.
Zimgar. Early 60s Japanese freak with Jetsons z-shaped pickguard.
Gotoh gears and tunamatic bridge. $125
Tiesco. Early with rocker switches and thumbwheels. $200
Weird, squirrelly, early 60s St. George. Two pickups, rocker
switches, iridescent, large, ghost-like pickguard. $200
Kings of Kent say: "Three layers is not enough!" Wine-red,
big, bizarre, thin, hollow, SG electric 12. $350
Rodeo. Cute and solid. Primordial Japanese solid-body. Metal
pickguard. One over-loaded microphonic pickup. Unique shape, but Zen.
New gears and tunamatic. Old clamshell. $175
Tiesco 3 pickup
tulip shape. Real early. Weird chrome pickguards. This one is really
Tiesco Spectrum V, metallic red
Lavender Yamaha butt-ugly strat®. Vox-style retro teardrop
with goofy f-hole $375
Univox Strat* with 3
humbuckers -- enough to wake a dead man! $300
racing-blue Tiesco Phantom (Vox) $250
Tiesco tulip guitar $125
Weird Tiesco Tulip
chrome 3-piece pickguard. $200
60s Japanese Mustang®
Green and black crackle Tiesco Phantom
iridescent green pickguard with 2 Ric toaster-style pickups. $250
Metallic blue Dylanesque Tiesco Sharkfin with three
Tiesco Tulip two pickup guitar with
good gears and a tunamatic. $150
Early Tiesco electric.
4X2 peghead, striated pickguard. $200
Phantom copy. Tunamatic and Gotoh gears. $250
Houndog Taylor-style Tiesco. Thumbwheels, rocker switches,
raised chrome pickguard, tunamatic bridge. $125
Candy-apple-red Tiesco May Queen. Really bizarre boat paddle.
Hollow with goofy f-hole. $600
Weird Tiesco MusicLander
two pickups, tunamatic, Gotohs, raised chrome pickguard. $175
Various Tiesco' 60s freakozoids. from $200
Like jazz bass®. Square magnet pickups. rocker switches.
Push-pull pot for phaze. High-tech bridge. 30" scale length.
Japanese copy of a Kalamazoo SG -- very cool.
Tunamatic Schaller humbucker. $150
* Fender® Stratocaster and Telecaster are registered
trademarks of the Fender Musical Instrument Corporation.
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