What kind of guitars do Kasuga guitars make?


What kind of guitars do Kasuga guitars make?

Kasuga was established in 1935 in Nagoya by Miki Bukichi. They made guitars, banjos, mandolins, violins and ukeleles. Kasuga started their own brand of guitars in the 1960’s and in the 1970’s made the Heerby and Ganson brands and partnered with Roland on a guitar synth. They and Tokai made Conrad guitars in the 1970s.

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When did Kasuga guitars start making Washburn Guitars?

Apparently made some Washburn models around 1988 or so with a serial number starting with a K and they might have also made some Jackson and BC Rich guitars. They also did BC Rich type copies for the Japanese market with a K on the headstock instead of a B. Went out of business in the mid 1990’s. [Source: Tokai forum ]

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What was the name of the Japanese guitar company?

Like all Japanese guitars the brand name itself is no indicator of quality, as like most companies they had a higher end a middle end and a budget end. They were all well made, but the materials varied widely, so they very often used what we call block board on the tops of LP types, as did Matsumoku, Fujigen and most other factories.