M. Sakurai Guitars?

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rinneby
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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by rinneby » Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:41 am

You can't go wrong with a Sakurai if you like the sound, simple as that. The build quality will last a life time and more. What model is it?

/Jon
1965 - Masaru Kono No.5
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1982 - Masaru Kohno Professional

You are the instrument, not the guitar

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by guitarboyclint » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:59 pm

Grooveman JS wrote:
guitarboyclint wrote:So they're construction is good and they're good guitars is what I'm looking for compared to any maker are they good guitars. I see various people have them so they can't be too bad
Just go & play, feel the instrument & hear/see for yourself......then you know for sure
I'm glad to see the general consensus is that they are well regarded.

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by guitarboyclint » Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:27 pm

rinneby wrote:You can't go wrong with a Sakurai if you like the sound, simple as that. The build quality will last a life time and more. What model is it?

/Jon

The Paris competition and concert j

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by rinneby » Thu Mar 30, 2017 6:57 pm

guitarboyclint wrote:
rinneby wrote:You can't go wrong with a Sakurai if you like the sound, simple as that. The build quality will last a life time and more. What model is it?

/Jon

The Paris competition and concert j
I've owned a concert-j, it was excellent. The PA is at least one step above, to my understanding.

/Jon
1965 - Masaru Kono No.5
1972 - Yamaha GC3D
1973 - Ryoji Matsuoka No.80
1982 - Masaru Kohno Professional

You are the instrument, not the guitar

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by guitarboyclint » Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:28 am

It sounds like I'm going with the PC. I had Tavi Jinariu try it out and the contreras another Perez and hauser Córdoba sounded grewt

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by Grooveman JS » Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:01 am

Good for you my friend, I was seriously considering/ choosing between the PC & my current model Maestro RF at the time when i was making my purchase.

After my recent guitar tour trip in Japan where i tried & played numerous guitars, I've decided amongst my other purchases; to either commission or purchase off the shelf another Sakurai Kohno Maestro model ( this is the line that is Masaru Kohno but is now made by Mr Sakurai)
Masaki Sakurai MA-RF
Antonio Picado Concierto DT

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by guitarboyclint » Fri Mar 31, 2017 5:27 am

I ended up pulling the trigger tavi played so. Waitiful andrew yorks lament on it. Sounded brilliant

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by guitarboyclint » Thu Apr 06, 2017 1:01 am

I love it!!!!

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Re: M. Sakurai Guitars?

Post by Torres609 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 5:49 am

Good choice!

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