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Takamine GB-7C Garth Brooks Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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      Takamine GB-7C Garth Brooks Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar (516393)

Designed by Garth Brooks and handmade by Takamine!

This is a simply beautiful guitar. Solid cedar top sans pickguard for a clean look, rosewood body, custom rosette design, and CT-4B electronics for perfect amplification of its clear, penetrating tones.

Takamine GB-7C Garth Brooks Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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  • This guitar is awesome!

    As reviewed by Kenneth Cutbush on 7/30/2013

    Here?s the low down on the GB-7C Takamine guitar. First of all it looks great. Fit and finish is perfect. Playability is easy and the sound both acoustically or plugged in is top shelf. I have another Takamine, a seagull, and three Martians. The GB-7C puts them all to shame. Don?t get me wrong. My other guitars are very nice but this GB Takamine is awesome! I would put it up against any Marin, Taylor or Gibson you want. Don?t buy another high end guitar until you play one. When me and my guitar buddy?s get together the GB Takamine is the bell of the ball. Everyone wants to dance with her at least one time. Good luck folks. I hope this review helps.

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  • Overall-Amazing

    As reviewed by Kayla on 3/22/2010

    Dear Guitar Center Review Reader, This guitar has been in my possession for approx. 3-4 years. This guitar has some good and down sides. First of all, I am in love with the appearance this guitar gives me. I think one of my favorite parts of this guitar is the style of the guitar, with the guitar-shaped hole and the wood it is made of. When I began to play it, these features stood out the most. One downside I have with this guitar is that cutaway. I find that guitars with cutaways tend to have a brighter sound, which makes this guitar better for a lead part in an acoustic set. So for those of you who like to play rhythm guitar, I would choose finding another guitar without a cutaway, for that deeper sound. Another downside to this guitar is how easy it is for this guitar to become scratched or dented. You must be very careful with this guitar, because it be easily destroyed. This can be easily avoided, but it all depends on the owner and their care. When I use this guitar, I like to have a clear tone when playing, so I like to find nice strings for it. To get a nice clear tone sound, I prefer buying the "Cleartone" guitar strings(how convenient of a name). I also like the brand "Elixer's". I usually get the lights, since my fingers are very small and sensitive, but depending on your finger size, it may vary. Not too much to say at the moment other than a very nice guitar. I would recommend this to an intermediate or beginning expert. Other guitar to recommend that are better for less would be a Lerivee(sorry if I spelt that wrong) or a Breedlove! Hope this helps.

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  • Takamine GB-7C Acoustic Electric

    As reviewed by Rowan on 1/8/2007

    Here's the skinny on this guitar. I own it. It is very nice sounding guitar, with the standard Takamine clarity and tone. The pickups in their guitars are excellent. It is also a very comfortable guitar to play, especially if you have smaller hands - most Takamines have nice thinner necks (which is why I prefer this brand) for those of us with smaller hands. Here's the downside. B/c of the guitar shaped sound hole, this guitar can have problems with feedback. There is no solution to this b/c of the shape of the sound hole - you can't buy a fix. I play this thru a Fender Acoustisonic and get great sound, most of the time I can pull back the feedback issues using the tone knobs, but you might not be so lucky. I wouldn't buy this guitar again - I'd go with a Take with a less funky sound hole (round!). Also, if you have a percussive style, I would recommend installing a pickguard cause otherwise it can get damaged easily.

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