|1984 model, made in Japan. Passive H-S-S configuration. Volume, tone (pickup blend), tone (low-pass filter) and a 3-way toggle. String trees up top, but locking bridge quite similar to non-locking bridge on some '85 models with Phillips-head tightened inserts.|
|A850016||blue, note 1985 serial||on eBay|
|The phantom Telecaster Axstar. This one is black with grey binding. The binding runs up the neck, leading me to believe this is not a homebrew guitar. This has had one of the original Axstar pickups and control knobs replaced, but the owner claims everything else is original.|
1985 model, made in Japan. The '85 catalogue models have light basswood bodies, bolt-on maple necks and 25.5" rosewood fingerboards with 22 frets. Most models have a locking tremolo along with a graphite nut. The bridge is listed as OGE1086TFB in the catalogue. Passive electronics.
The AX40BK is black, H-H with one volume, one tone and a 3-way toggle switch.
|A850018||mentioned on ICW|
|A850076||non-locking tremolo system||mine|
|J850200||new pickups installed||Sweden|
|G850228||black, but with brown fingerboard (may be worn?)||eBay|
|1985 model, see above. The AX45RD is red, H-S-S with two volume, one tone and a 3-way toggle switch.|
|1985 model, see above. The AX48WH is white, H-S-H with two volume, one tone and a 3-way toggle.|
|1985 model. Headless bolt-on neck which didn't require special strings. Basswood body. Maple neck, 34-inch scale 24-fretted rosewood fingerboard. Two humbuckers, passive electronics with a balance knob, plus volume and tone. Available in both black and white.|
1986 model. The '86 guitars were headless and had active electronics.
The AX70 has two humbuckers.
|1986 model, see above. A humbucker and two single coils.|
|A860145||normal black, not silver||eBay|
|B860187||"ok and original, it's a black one"||Germany|
|1986 model? Active electronics.|
|I'm assuming it's like the AXB60, but this has five strings.|
|I believe this is refered to as "the Steinberger model". It is a neck-through design.|