The setup on this guitar is superb and the tone is warm and rich, very good choice for anything besides metal. The electronics suite in this one include the normal 3-way selector plus mini switches for coil splitting and in/out phase for each pickup. At 9, this is a great buy on a USA neck-thru guitar.
I got an email from Rondo regarding this guitar where they confirmed it was a limited model with a price of 9. Includes free gigbag or substitute used a hardshell case available for .
This one differs from the earlier reissue in a few ways, most obviously the "Dolphin" headstock instead of the Coke bottle.
Other changes include two lipstick pickups in the bridge, essentially a humbucker, as well as Kluson style tuners.
This 2011 model was only made in one small run so there aren't many of these around - most of the Harm 3 models feature the cats eye f-hole in a semi-hollow design while this model was a limited edition production model that's no longer available. They're quality is top-notch but as Carvin sells directly to the public there is no retail store to take a bite of the profit.
These Dano's are every bit as good as the original 50's Dano/Silvertone models and one of the best values on the market, used by garage bands and even pro's like Dave Matthews.This one's in dead mint condition and for 9, I'll throw in a gigbag. Charvel Charvette 150, 1990, features a nice sounding set of pickups with a Charvel Ceramic Plus in the bridge and a Carvel high-gain single coil size stacked humbucker in the neck.These are high output pickups but the tone isn't at all harsh to my ears.With the humbucker-wired lipsticks in the bridge, this model is more versatile and especially good for garage/punk, in addition to any of the previous tones, which have been used impressively by players as diverse as Jimmy Page and Dave Matthews.The basic construction is good ol' Dano all the way, beautiful in its simplicity, with a hardboard/plywood construction with a solid center core and tape "binding" to cover the seam; metal base bridge with notches that hold the ball-end strings, topped off with a rosewood saddle; 5-screw neck attachment; easy access control plate on back; and pickup height adjustment on back.Also has a Floyd-licensed tremolo system with fine tuners.Has one mod that bears mentioning - someone removed the locking nut and replaced with a plastic cover. Apparently this model is now called a f150 and is the same spec as a 59 reissue.Agile Harm 3 Solid Archtop, (front), (back), (headstock), (neck joint).Not necessarily a bad thing unless you like to do dive bombs.Overall this guitar is in very nice shape with a near perfect finish that shines like new.After Martin gave this guitar the attention it deserves, polishing the frets, lubricating the fretboard, setting the action, dressing the fret ends, and cleaning the electronics, they play fantastic, just like the old mail-order guitars they're patterned after.They sell online for 9 but why not get one of these, with a great setup and much-needed quality control, for 9, including shipping. '99 Danelectro '56 U-2 - Kool Kopper, (front), (back), (headstock).Hey guys, spotted this on gumtree and thought it looked pretty sweet, however, I haven't a clue about Tokai's.