The bars look and work very similar to the beer bars in Pattaya and Phuket. You walk inside the bar, pick a girl that you want to chat with, buy her a couple of drinks while having a good time. Later when you want to bring the girl back to your hotel you agree on a price for sex with the girl, pay the fixed barfine then you leave. You can try to negotiate the shorttime and longtime prices, but the girls seems pretty stubburne on the price they give you.
Some of the bars also have girls who only works as bartenders, meaning you can not barfine them. They are all the same but with a different name.
I just thought you'd like to know that Takamine produced for other names. I've just bought a Wayne which has a Takamine label inside stating it was made for Wayne. Its a Takamine thats a Martin D35 copy. Wayne were guitar makers in Melbourne Australia in the s and 60s and began importing under their name briefly in the 70s. I have what I believe to be a Morris Mando Mania and am trying to source some background information.
It has a Florentine scroll with twin pickups and the headstock reads ""The Morris"" and a name dating coach portland or inside the f-hole reads ""Morris Gakki Co.
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