(売却) Burny - MG-125S
2017.7.24: I received a negotiation for a reason from a friend and purchased it.
It is a HIDE model with a very low production number.
As far as the market is concerned, the later lots are equipped with sustainer and the early ones with sustainiac, and this is an early model.
The paint is matte black unlike MG-80X, and the nut is made of brass.
Unfortunately, we could not confirm the operation due to an electrical failure, but the battery box on the back is powered by a Sustainiac 18v (2 x 9v batteries), and the 9v batteries for the PU are stored in the cavity on the back panel.
The sustainiac driver does not function as a PU like the early sustainers, and the single PU on the side is also a dummy with no coils wound, so it is a rear PU only output specification.
2018.6.5: I've been thinking about various repair directions and have been neglecting it for quite a while...
The sustainer kit was hard to find, so I assembled it with parts I had on hand.
I removed the malfunctioning sustainer and mounted a white logo FGI-S at the driver PU.
Only the gold letters are not in phase with the F.G.I. of other colors, so the mix is a phase sound.
I changed the two switches on the sustainer to a selector and a direct switch, and I think the specs are now reasonably practical.
2018.7: I sold it because I decided not to play it due to the long period of neglect.
Y22603 on neck / 123 on body
There is a big difference in power between the rear hum and the rear F.G.I., but it seems that many F.G.I.'s have deteriorated and the output has dropped, so maybe the single hum is weak?
|type of gear|
|number of frets|
R:Gold F.G.I technology H/F:White F.G.I technology S
1vol,sustainer On/off SW,sustainer mode selecter(3way)→1vol,3way PU selector,Direct SWに変更
GOTOH T.O.M ABR type