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Tokai also made Fender replicas, the “Springy Sound” (ST series, Fender Stratocaster replica) and the “Breezy Sound” (TE series, Fender Telecaster replica).

Stevie Ray Vaughan played a "Tokai Springy Sound" at one time.

From 1970 to 1973, Tokai produced the Conn line of acoustic guitars under contract with C. Conn (History of Conn Guitars and Conn Acoustic Guitars).

In 1972, Tokai entered into a joint-venture with C. Martin & Company to supply acoustic guitar parts and also to build Martin's Sigma electric guitars. Between 19, Tokai began making various Fender and Gibson replica electric guitars and basses.

These guitars are, it is generally agreed, from 1980 (00xxxxx and 01xxxxx) and 1981 (11xxxxx) although there are those who would disagree with this.

It also appears that some of the original 1978 "Les Paul Reborns" have inkied serial numbers.

By 1980, the name was changed to "Reborn Old" and later to its current name, "Love Rock".

The name change was in response to threats from American guitar companies to go to court to protect their copyrights.

Tokai guitars have been made in Japan, Korea and China. Tokai guitars made in Korea (MIK) are lower priced guitars, similar to the Korean Epiphone guitars., often referred to as Tokai Guitars, is a Japanese guitar manufacturer situated in Hamamatsu city, Shizuoka prefecture.Tokai is one of Japan’s leading makers of acoustic guitars, electric guitars, electric basses, autoharps, melodicas and guitar amplifiers. Tokai was founded in 1947 by Tadayouki Adachi and remains family-owned.Tokai began making banjos and harpsichords in 1973 and the electric piano in 1975. It made its first electric guitar in 1968 with the Humming Bird, a guitar loosely based on the Mosrite Mark I and II.This was followed in 1970 with the Humming Bird Custom acoustic guitar (not to be confused with the Hummingbird guitar model produced by Gibson).

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