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    Takamine G Series GD30CE-12 Dreadnought 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $692.99 $44999
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    Takamine GJ72CE-12 G Series Jumbo Cutaway 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Takamine GN10CE-NS NEX Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Takamine EF341SC Legacy Series Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Takamine G Series GD10 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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    Takamine GN75CE Acoustic-Electric guitar
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    Takamine GD93CE G Series Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $892.99 $57999
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    Takamine Pro Series 3 NEX Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Takamine G Series GD30CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Takamine Kenny Chesney KC70 NEX Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $2,999.99 $1,94999
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    Takamine GJ72CE G Series Jumbo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $845.99 $54999
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    Takamine TF77PT OM Legacy Series Koa Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $2,768.99 $1,79999
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  1. Takamine TC135SC Classical 24-Fret Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $2,614.99 $1,69999
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    Takamine Glenn Frey Signature Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $2,614.99 $1,69999
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    Takamine G Series GD51CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $661.99 $42999
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    Takamine G Series GD51 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
    Was: $507.99 $32999
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    Takamine EF508KC NEX Legacy Series All Koa Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $2,153.99 $1,39999
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    Takamine G Series GD20 Dreadnought Solid Top Acoustic Guitar
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    Takamine Pro Series 3 Dreadnought Cutaway 12-String Acoustic Electric Guitar
    Was: $1,999.99 $1,29999
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    Takamine Pro Series 3 Folk Nylon Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    Was: $1,922.99 $1,24999
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    $989.99
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About Takamine:

Nestled at the base of Takamine Mountain in Sakashita, Japan, Takamine Guitars has over 50 years of history dedicated to the innovation and improvement of the art and craft of guitar making.

What first began as a small family business evolved into one of the leading guitar manufacturers in the world, depended upon by some of the best players and biggest names in the music industry. Takamine has made technological advancements that have surpassed other guitar makers, and the company prides itself on its dedication and loyalty to fine luthiership—shown through each instrument that Takamine makes.

Takamine had its beginnings while guitar playing and music were gaining popularity in Japan during the early 1960s. As their business grew, they saw the need to develop their skills and attract design and manufacturing talent. One of the most important additions to the company was Mr. Mass Hirade, who joined Takamine in 1968 and made great improvements upon design and build quality. The factory began producing their world-class Classical model that to this day still carries the Hirade name.

Through Hirade's dedication and commitment to Takamine, he was able to begin an overseas trading business in 1975, and Takamine Guitars was able to reach out to guitar players around the world. Takamine was finally placed in the hands of musicians who had previously only heard about their great sound and fine craftsmanship.

A notable advancement in the Takamine history was their Palathetic pickup, which set the standard for the industry when it was introduced. Other acoustic guitar manufacturers soon offered acoustic/electric models, but none has reached the level of sophistication and performance set by Takamine. The Palathetic pickup is an integral part of the guitar's design, not retrofitted like most other factory systems. Six individual piezo transducers are embedded in the bridge plate where they sense both string and soundboard vibration. Takamine also pioneered the slider-style preamp control for the acoustic/electric guitar.

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