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I have been there twice with GC forum member @Hamstrung as Brantford is not far from K-W.
If you want to have some fun, look up the address on street view.
 

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I have been there twice with GC forum member @Hamstrung as Brantford is not far from K-W.
If you want to have some fun, look up the address on street view.
Ha! I see what you mean. Well, he seems to be an enterprising guy, so you can't fault someone for that.
 
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I might look into it, I work in Brantford, so it’s not more than a few minutes out of my way.

Sort of reminds me of the store I bought my first few guitars at. The guy turned his upstairs into his guitar shop and was pretty much just a Fender dealer.. any other brand in the store was used.
 

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His enterprise takes up most of the rooms in the house.
They are packed with all sorts of gear!!

gee, i feel bad for the guy. must be a tough life. hahahaha

hey how do these guitars compare to the famous fakais of legend?
 

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gee, i feel bad for the guy. must be a tough life. hahahaha

hey how do these guitars compare to the famous fakais of legend?
That's what I was wondering. Are these real Tokai's from Japan?
 

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They're not even mahogany. For $500 more you could get an MIJ Tokai. For the price he's asking I'd much rather have and Epi Les Paul.
For that price or less, you can get a custom LP with a real 3/4" maple top, your choice of pickups, bridge, neck, frets, etc, etc. from Rondo.
 

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I had one from about 10 years ago. Was a decent guitar, didn't know what exactly it was when I first bought it. I know the difference now.
 
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