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Blade Guitars is a manufacturer of electric guitars and bass guitars founded by luthier Gary Levinson in Levinson had been repairing guitars since and, induring his graduate studies at the University of BaselSwitzerlandhe founded Guitars by Levinson. Byhe was refining the idea of a line of guitars based on the concept he defines as "Classic De, Creative Technology"; at this time, he Singer dating victorias secret model also determining the features that would characterize his range of guitars.
Fender Stratocaster Guitar Forum. Messages: This is my very early Levinson Blade Contrary to common belief the strat hetocked ones were not made in Switzerland, but were infact made in Japan. Only six were made in Europe Gary Levinson has two, the lad who runs Chat adult free guitar shop in Nottingham UK has another two courstesy of his very close involvement and stake in the company in the early days It is Anyone want to drink with me fantastic guitar.
Passive pickups, but with Jackamoe buzzell dating boost circuitry, medium jumbo frets, flat board Excuse the rubbish practice amp I use it at family home when I visit I have Dating levinson blade guitars owned a Fender strat SwissBladeDec 9, Messages: 7, I had always assumed the one I played was made in Europe; based on your post it would have been made in Japan.
I don't remember much about it other than the mid-boost feature and the really cool tremolo unit that they used where the bridge plate stayed flat on the body when you pulled up and just the inertia block moved to raise pitch; the entire trem moves when you lower pitch.
Based on the photo it really looks like your early Swiss one has that same bridge. John CDec 9, Messages: 3, Beautiful guitar. I have 2 x Levinson Blade strats and they are awesome.
That could even be early 90's. What are the first 2 digits of the serial? BladesgDec 11, Got one too. I must have bought it in the 80ies too, but I honestly can't remember exactly.
Top 20 chatroulette early 90ies When did they change the hetock? I remember reading somewhere when Blade hit the marked, their plan was to build traditional Strats, but with all the common Strat problems solved.
No idea if this is true, but them not using a modern trem suggests, that they didn't want to build a Super Strat. Here's what mine looks like. It might not sound like a real vintage style Strat, but it sounds like a Strat after all.
And it certainly is a highly professional work horse! YelemusicDec 14, I had a session guitarist from Switzerland stay with us for 6 months a while back, while he played regionally with some heavy-hitters.
He had a Blade, which seems to me was from right around ? It was a fine piece of work, and entranced the other State-side guitarists including me who had never seen one .
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