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9- I have seen instances where the Tokai headstock script is thicker and, sometimes but not always, the a more closed or completely closed on Korean models.(I don't know if these are year to year differences or possible fakes) Later 1990's Korean made Tokais have the correct open book style headstock and 7 digit stamped serial number, but usually have bolt on necks while earlier ones had set necks.

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ALS prefix models are made in China (ALS-47, ALS-48, ALS-53 etc) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- , with tips for identifying "conflicting year" serial number prefixes: 1978 = 80xxxxx...

1978 Reborn inkies are part of the same serial # sequences as 1978 stamped models (unlike 1980-81 inkies). 2nd digit is 0 on stamped serials and 1 on inkies, 1981 = 10xxxxx ...

You have to determine your model's specs and find model numbers for your year and specs from catalogs.

As a general guideline: original LS-80 plain tops are roughly equivalent to Japan domestic LS-160 plain tops today original LS-150 solid flame tops are roughly equivalent to Japan domestic LS-260 flame tops today (no FEB on LS-260, but better electronics) Models below current LS-92 models are no longer made in Japan.

Note: double ring Kluson tuners were used on Reborn and Reborn Old models and earliest 1980 Love Rocks. What about the difference in spec between LC98 and LC98s? Thanks Matt, that is interesting as I saw a reference to one on the Tokai forum but there were no pictures. Guitar Gai seems to have restocked lately but I think Jacco needs to teach him a little bit about Burny model numbers and years.

Later in 1980, Love Rocks changed to single ring Kluson tuners for good. The "Golden Era" logo is quite different and mine looks to be made by Fujigen. Here is a Korean Dimple headstock A-LS example , to help distinguish MIK from U-LS UK Richtone music examples that are MIJ , and similar to domestic Tokais, outside of headstock dimple and sycamore tops used on LS-150F's.

2nd digit is 0 on stamped serials and 1 on inkies, 1982 = 201xxxx 1983 = 301xxxx 1984 = 40xxxxx 1985 = 50xxxxx 1986 = 60xxxxx 1987 = 70xxxxx ...

t LS-60 model only, listed in European catalog only 1988 = 80xxxxx ....t LS-60 model only, listed in European catalog only 1989 = 89xxxxx 1990 = 90xxxxx 1991 = 91xxxxx 1992 = 92xxxxx 1993 = 93xxxxx 1994 = 94xxxxx 1995 = 95xxxxx 1996 = 96xxxxx 1997 = 97xxxxx 1998 = 98xxxxx - Introduction of Arch shaped TRC 1999 = 99xxxxx 2000 = 0004xxx ..( 0004xxx serial prefix for all 2000 LS models ) 2001 = 01xxxxx 2002 = 02xxxxx 2003 = 03xxxxx 2004 = 04xxxxx - Introduction of "Made in Japan" ink stamp on back of headstock 2005 = 05xxxxx 2006 = 06xxxxx 2007 = 07xxxxx 2008 = 08xxxxx 2009 = 09xxxxx 2010 = 10xxxxx 2011 = 11xxxxx 2012 = 12xxxxx 1980 inkies = 010xxxx 1981 inkies = 110xxxx ---------------------------------------------------------------- Serial # ranges for years with shared serial # prefixes: 1981 ink: 11010xx - 11020xx 2011: 1125xxx up **(possibly a few in the same 90022xx - 90023xx range as 1979s, but with Love Rock logo, produced at year end.) Spotting tips for shared prefix year models: 1979 will have a "Reborn" logo headstock, bell shaped TRC 2 ring klusons 1990 will have "Love Rock" logo headstock, pointed bell ends TRC single ring kluson tuners 1980 will have any of the 3 Tokai headstock logos (only in 1980), bell or pointed bell end TRC, dull tuner finish.

I'm looking at late 70's and early 80's if I can, though a 90's will be ok if they have slimmer necks.

Bill I don't recall any Tokai owners mentioning a '60 profile neck, but they may very well exist. I think many, if not all LS-80's, have thick '58 profile necks.

1981 "inkies" have inked rather than stamped serial #'s, are all LS-50 or LS-60 Love Rocks with pointed bell ends TRCs, or LC models 2011 will have a 7 digit serial # relief stamped into the wood, arch shaped TRC, and "made in japan" inked at the rear base of the headstock. I guess in the absence of "mahogany 2 piece back" anything is possible. Never seen such a headstock on a Tokai except for the recent Reborn Old Reissues.