Solid spruce top at a fantastic price! This cutaway dreadnought delivers big, full-bodied tone with crisp chord definition and sparkling single-note clarity. Mahogany back and sides mellow out the mid... Read More
Solid spruce top at a fantastic price! This cutaway dreadnought delivers big, full-bodied tone with crisp chord definition and sparkling single-note clarity. Mahogany back and sides mellow out the midrange, and the onboard preamp lets you customize the sound for amplified performance.
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After playing a Fender Acoustic for the past 6 weeks, I finally decided to move into a Takamine. It's always been my dream guitar but the budget didn't make it possible. I found this guitar and GC had a special after Christmas discount. I put them together and today picked up the guitar. I haven't stopped playing it since I picked it up. The sound is wonderful and it is a beautiful guitar. It's like a Grand Piano in an Acoustic with the black and white. So pleased and so glad I traded. The Fender was fine, but this guitar is a life long keeper. One thing I would recommend is have your local Guitar Center install a 2nd guitar strap button (if that is what you prefer). There isn't one on this guitar. It is in expensive and they do a great job. I had them install mine before i even picked it up. Pull the trigger. You will love this guitar!
This was the first guitar that I purchased as a conscious guitar buyer. It sounds great and is more of a strumming guitar. Finger plucking is fine but the action is a bit high for my preference. I do love the sound and it is a great intermediate guitar. It's a guitar I do not regret buying. It's a guitar that I got while I was getting better with my skill level and had enough money to buy the guitar I am going to keep forever my Taylor 810-ce
With out an amp this guitar is perfect for me I play lighter music and this guitar will give me a nice warm tone.Nice features on the preamp.When you plug it into and amp it is still and awesome guitar.If something were to happened to it I would have to get another one.
In my opinion The Takaminie G-series is the best giutar for your money. I have have been playing this series including this guitar for a few years now and love it. You won't believe the sound when your plugged in! I always get positive comments. If you like a bright sound put lighter strings on. If you want a more richer sound go with a thicker pick. This guitar is amazing! If you want a great giutar and don't want to spent a fortune this is it!
This is a great acoustic-electric guitar. You cannot go wrong with Takamine. I bought this guitar awhile back to perform acoustic songs during shows and it hasn't let me down yet. The life of the preamp battery is long and the sustain on the notes is incredible. It is also great played acoustically around a campfire.