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  • martin doriandmartin doriand

    Jasmine TS612Published on 10/01/13 at 13:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not know

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is hard access to the treble is almost impossible

    SOUNDS

    The sound is acceptable, relatively acute

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used it for 10 years, but two or three years I did almost touch
  • denideni

    Jasmine TS612Published on 11/03/05 at 10:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Jasmine 12 string (Takamine) electro-acoustic

    UTILIZATION

    Handle large, empty, but playable, nothing more.
    Rglages volume, bass, treble

    SOUNDS

    Excellent acoustic sound! A lot of shine.
    Branch is a little more dlicat. It takes patience before finding a "sound" not too loud, especially since for me the silent compltement drgl piezo (not worn on the lower strings).
    I use the piezo parallle in a micro rose seymour and I mix the two in the PA. It's like I was having trouble getting a good sound trs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    100 bought two years ago, was it a good deal!
    There are no words, a 12-string is what is best for the rhythm, even in these ranges-l.
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    Jasmine 12 string (Takamine) electro-acoustic

    UTILIZATION

    Handle large, empty, but playable, nothing more.
    Rglages volume, bass, treble

    SOUNDS

    Excellent acoustic sound! A lot of shine.
    Branch is a little more dlicat. It takes patience before finding a "sound" not too loud, especially since for me the silent compltement drgl piezo (not worn on the lower strings).
    I use the piezo parallle in a micro rose seymour and I mix the two in the PA. It's like I was having trouble getting a good sound trs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    100 bought two years ago, was it a good deal!
    There are no words, a 12-string is what is best for the rhythm, even in these ranges-l.
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