Tokai’s Traditional range of electric guitars offer amazing playability, finish and sound at an unmatched price point.
The Tokai JS-70 is a faithful recreation of the classic hollowbody archtop model of the mid 20th century and favoured ‘rhythm box’ for jazz musicians the world over. Featuring an arched maple top with flamed maple back and sides, rosewood fretboard, mini humbucker and a floating rosewood bridge with a lyre style tailpiece; the JS70 truly evokes the elegant style of a revolutionary era of music.
INSTRUMENT: Electric Guitar
SHAPE: ‘Jazz’ Hollow Body Cutaway
COLOUR: Vintage Natural
STRING TYPE: Steel
BODY: Maple Arched-Top, Back & Sides
NECK: Mahogany Set-Neck
NECK STYLE: Medium ‘D’
MACHINE HEADS: ‘Imperial’ Style
BRIDGE: Floating Rosewood Bridge, JS Lyre Tailpiece
PICKUPS: Mini Humbucker
SCALE LENGTH: 24.75″
COUNTRY: Made in China
WARRANTY: 3 Years
HARD CASE: None
UPPER BOUT: 315mm
LOWER BOUT: 430mm
Tokai Guitars Company Ltd., is a Japanese guitar manufacturer founded in 1947 and situated in Hamamatsu city, Shizuoka province. And are selling these amazing guitars in Australia. Tokai Guitars produces a wide range of musical instruments for both the international and Japanese domestic market; including acoustic guitars, electric guitars, electric basses, autoharps and melodicas. The Legacy Through innovative design and legendary craftsmanship, Tokai Guitars has become a name coveted by musicians around the globe. First introduced to the international market through their partnership with C.F. Martin in the early 1970’s producing Sigma branded guitars, it wasn’t until the late 70’s that the name Tokai would burst onto the international music scene. Tokai quickly gained an impressive reputation for their homages to classic 1950’s American guitar designs. Models such as the “Love Rock Model” and “Les Paul Reborn”, as well as the “Springy Sound” and “BreezySound”, were instant hits in the market place thanks to their incredible quality and vintage correct specifications. With the introduction of the Talbo in 1983 and the groundbreaking SEB construction method for increasing resonance and sustain, Tokai have cemented their place in modern guitar making history as an innovator and builder of world class instruments. While manufacturing methods may have changed since the companies birth in 1947, Tokai have remain faithful to their roots – building the highest quality musical instruments possible.