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i need some info on a SFT-70A floyd rose. i dont know much about guitars atm since i new to the whole thing. i just want to know because i got this bc rich virgin 1992 nj series and i want to know as much as a can about my guitar. thank you for taking a look.
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i've never heard of it, but it *might* be a takeuchi (very big *might*, i'm only going on the basis that it looks a little like them (the current production takeuchi trs101 looks vaguely similar), and that i *think* those older NJ bc riches were japanese-made).

try googling "takeuchi sft-70a" and see if you get anything.
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#3
A quick google search of "SFT-70A floyd rose" turns up a guitar company called "Vester."
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I had an older Warlock NJ ............PERFECT thin AWESOME neck, and what was strange was....it stayed in tune with the stupidest of wammy tricks. Wish I had kep[t that guitar. Looking back, it was THE best playing guitar Ive ever owned & Ive owned probably 18 within a 25 yr period. THAT one was impressive & the SFT-70A atleast on MY guitar was everybit as good as OFR if not Better. It was THAT good.


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i need some info on a SFT-70A floyd rose. i dont know much about guitars atm since i new to the whole thing. i just want to know because i got this bc rich virgin 1992 nj series and i want to know as much as a can about my guitar. thank you for taking a look.